Coastal Animal Rescue

A 1288 Limestone St, Murrelles Inlet, SC 29440 shelter helping to find loving homes for dogs, cats.

Pets at Coastal Animal Rescue

  • Any
  • Any
  • Baby
  • Puppy
  • Kitten
  • Young
  • Adult
  • Senior
  • Any
  • Male
  • Female

This shelter hasn't posted any pets that match these criteria.

Areas Coastal Animal Rescue Serves

We rescue dogs and cats from all over South Carolina and southern North Carolina. When he have space we also save aimals from high kill shelters.

We feed and do a TNR on over 30 feral cat populations from Little river, Sc to Georgetown, SC.

We are always in need of Volunteers to work events, adoption center times, and clean the shelter in the mornings.

Coastal Animal Rescue's Adoption Process

The first step is to fill out an adoption application for the animal you want. After the application has been recieved and processed (references checked) we will call and set up a phone interview after which an appointment will be made for you to meet the pet you chose, and in the case of dogs, bring your other dogs to meet them to be sure they will get along. Then a home visit may be done and finally the comittee will meet and a decsion will be made and you will be notified if you were approved or not.

If approved you will be required to sign a contract stating that for the life of the pet if for any reason you cannot keep it you will return it to us.
http://www.coastalanimalrescue.org/adoption.php

Also if the animal is to young to be spayed/neutered you will sign a contract that states you will bring the animal to our vet to have the procedure done on the day scheduled for it (included in the adoption fee).

Adoption fees are $75 dollars and include, spay/meuter,microchip, and up to date shots at the time of adoption.

About Coastal Animal Rescue

Construction of the first building was completed in November 2007 and housed about 60 cats and 4 dogs. Since its founding 5 years ago, the organization has saved over 1,500 cats and 100 dogs (not counting the animals the organization has helped to be spayed and neutered). Currently the shelter has about 581 cats and 25 dogs, as some are fostered in homes by responsible pet parents.

At the all-volunteer shelter no one has ever received a salary not even the director. Therefore, 100% of all monies raised through fundraisers and by needed donations are spent only to house, feed, spay/neuter and provide medical care to the animals.

Come Meet Coastal Animal Rescue's Pets

We have many adoption events through the year and they are posted on our web site. Also we go into Petco and Petsmart every month and have an adoption center at Coastline Pet Supply in Surfside Beach, SC.

Animals that are the shelter must be seen by appointment only as we are an all volunteer staff. Appointments can be made by calling 843-652-0196 and leaving a message and one of the girls will call you back.

Make a donation to Coastal Animal Rescue to help homeless pets find homes

http://www.coastalanimalrescue.org/contributenew.html