Already adopted? Let us know!
When you share your adoption story with us, we’ll send you free deals on pet parent favorites like Greenies, Royal Canin, Whistle smart devices, Wisdom DNA tests, and more.
Close button icon

Search and see photos of adoptable pets in the North Myrtle Beach, SC area.

Find a pet to adopt

Kind Keeper Animal Rescue

1500 LD Drive, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582

Contact Belinda Mairowicz
Phone (843) 427-4388
cats & dogs at Kind Keeper Animal Rescue
1 - 10 of 62 adoptable pets at this rescue

Areas Kind Keeper Animal Rescue serves

Horry County, North Myrtle Beach, Myrtle Beach, Little River, Longs, Loris, Supply, NC, Wilmington, Surfside Beach, Grand Strand, Conway, Georgetown Sanford, Swansboro, NC, Jacksonville, Marion, Tabor City, Whiteville, NC, Mullins, Dillon, Lumberton, NC, Fayetteville, NC, St. Paul, NC, Sanford, NC. C Charleston, SC., Raleigh/Durham, NC

Kind Keeper Animal Rescue's adoption process


Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

Call 843-427-4388 to make an appointment or just drop in during business hours.


Submit Application


Approve Application


Sign Adoption Contract

If you have other dogs, a meet and greet to introduce your dogs to the potential new dog is required prior to adoption.

Additional adoption info

Fill out adoption application & agreement. Reference check and a home visit may be required.

Dog Adoption Fees: $325
Cat Adoption Fees: $125

*Includes spay/neuter, age appropriate shots, deworming.

Adoption application

About Kind Keeper Animal Rescue

Kind Keeper, Inc. is a 501c(3) Non-profit corporation. We are an animal rescue and NO KILL shelter. We take in abandoned, unwanted, and surrendered companion animals as space permits and try to find loving furever homes for them. Even though we are a young rescue, we do have an onsite medical room, and grooming room for our animals. We strive to give them the best possible care while they are with us. We are always in need of volunteers and donations. Every dollar goes towards the considerable upkeep of our animals. Some come to us broken and abused and veterinary bill can be quite costly. We depend on donations to keep our doors open so that we may help other animals in distress.

Kind Keeper Animal Rescue's adopted pets