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My name is 55138a Guppy-Pounce Cat Cafe!
I'm being cared for by
Charleston Animal Society
Adoption process
1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Shorthair
Color
Brown or Chocolate
Age
Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
49977822
Hair Length

My info

Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Meet Guppy!
Guppy is in the Business Ambassador program. Community businesses partner with Charleston Animal Society to showcase available animals and help them get adopted! She is currently being housed at Pounce Cat Café located at 283 Meeting Street in Downtown Charleston.
Interested in Guppy?! Contact Pounce at 843-212-5500 to set up a reservation or make one online at www.pouncecatcafe.com. General questions can be directed to the Offsite Adoption Manager at sross@charlestonanimalsociety.org
**Any specials/promotions are valid at our shelter location ONLY and not offsite adoption locations.**
Meet Guppy!
Guppy is in the Business Ambassador program. Community businesses partner with Charleston Animal Society to showcase available animals and help them get adopted! She is currently being housed at Pounce Cat Café located at 283 Meeting Street in Downtown Charleston.
Interested in Guppy?! Contact Pounce at 843-212-5500 to set up a reservation or make one online at www.pouncecatcafe.com. General questions can be directed to the Offsite Adoption Manager at sross@charlestonanimalsociety.org
**Any specials/promotions are valid at our shelter location ONLY and not offsite adoption locations.**
Shelter

Charleston Animal Society

Contact info
Pet ID
49977822
Contact
Email
Address
North Charleston, SC 29406

Their adoption process

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Sign Adoption Contract

Additional adoption info

All adoptions include: Spay/Neuter, current vaccinations, microchip,Heart Worm and Feline Leukemia tests and a free health exam by your veterinarian. Interested in any of our dogs? Stop by the shelter today at 2455 Remount Road North Charleston! Be sure to bring the Intake Number beside their picture (that's the doggie equivalent of a Social Security Number). Or call us at 843-747-4849. We have lots of dogs,puppies and cats and kittens available. Check back often. Better yet, drop by to meet our new arrivals at 2455 Remount Road! Here are some of our current guests who are waiting for new homes.
All adoptions include: Spay/Neuter, current vaccinations, microchip,Heart Worm and Feline Leukemia tests and a free health exam by your veterinarian. Interested in any of our dogs? Stop by the shelter today at 2455 Remount Road North Charleston! Be sure to bring the Intake Number beside their picture (that's the doggie equivalent of a Social Security Number). Or call us at 843-747-4849. We have lots of dogs,puppies and cats and kittens available. Check back often. Better yet, drop by to meet our new arrivals at 2455 Remount Road! Here are some of our current guests who are waiting for new homes.

More about this shelter

Charleston Humane Society was founded in Charleston and received a state charter in 1874. Its immediate concerns were to combat the rampant cruelty to animals. This included the neglect of work-animals, the inhumane shipping of cattle, and the epidemic of stray dogs. In 1940, the Society adopted the name of its early Board President, John Ancrum, honoring a contribution made from his estate. We then changed our name to Charleston Animal Society to better reflect our location and what we do! During the mid-1900's, the organization worked to outlaw cruel animal "sports". One such example was gander pulling which involved a horseback rider tearing the head from a live goose while racing full speed. The society also campaigned successfully to improve the abominable conditions of the city-operated dog pound. A Safe Haven The society continued to work toward a more humane environment to house abandoned animals and permanent homes. In 1948, private funds were raised to open the first animal shelter on Meeting Street. As the pet population grew, other sites followed. Volunteers managed the operation of these facilities and local veterinarians donated their services. Charleston Animal Society assumed residency at its Leeds Avenue location in 1981. This first-class facility reflected a long and cooperative partnership between the agency and Charleston County Council. Upon completion of the shelter, the county terminated its own animal pound and contracted with the SPCA to provide care for all of the animals collected by animal control officers. With the communities help, in 2008,we moved into our current shelter which is State of the Art. A 31,000 sq ft of lifesaving space , a high volume AAHA accredited spay-neuter clinic and amazing animal services sheltering facility. The Charleston Animal Society continues to fight animal cruelty, find safe homes for unwanted, injured or abandoned animals and reduce pet overpopulation. Your Support is Needed to Continue this Tradition of Care and Commitment to Excellence. Help us alleviate suffering and adopt a shelter pet today.
Charleston Humane Society was founded in Charleston and received a state charter in 1874. Its immediate concerns were to combat the rampant cruelty to animals. This included the neglect of work-animals, the inhumane shipping of cattle, and the epidemic of stray dogs. In 1940, the Society adopted the name of its early Board President, John Ancrum, honoring a contribution made from his estate. We then changed our name to Charleston Animal Society to better reflect our location and what we do! During the mid-1900's, the organization worked to outlaw cruel animal "sports". One such example was gander pulling which involved a horseback rider tearing the head from a live goose while racing full speed. The society also campaigned successfully to improve the abominable conditions of the city-operated dog pound. A Safe Haven The society continued to work toward a more humane environment to house abandoned animals and permanent homes. In 1948, private funds were raised to open the first animal shelter on Meeting Street. As the pet population grew, other sites followed. Volunteers managed the operation of these facilities and local veterinarians donated their services. Charleston Animal Society assumed residency at its Leeds Avenue location in 1981. This first-class facility reflected a long and cooperative partnership between the agency and Charleston County Council. Upon completion of the shelter, the county terminated its own animal pound and contracted with the SPCA to provide care for all of the animals collected by animal control officers. With the communities help, in 2008,we moved into our current shelter which is State of the Art. A 31,000 sq ft of lifesaving space , a high volume AAHA accredited spay-neuter clinic and amazing animal services sheltering facility. The Charleston Animal Society continues to fight animal cruelty, find safe homes for unwanted, injured or abandoned animals and reduce pet overpopulation. Your Support is Needed to Continue this Tradition of Care and Commitment to Excellence. Help us alleviate suffering and adopt a shelter pet today.