CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) – The Charleston Animal Society (CAS) has designated July “End Animal Cruelty Month,” launching a monthlong fundraising marketing campaign.
According to CAS, there have been 411 animals killed, abused, or uncared for in South Carolina to date this 12 months.
In the Lowcountry alone, CAS referenced the next incidents, all of which have taken place prior to now six months:
- Man kills pet by throwing him from a balcony
- 49 cats seized from hoarding case in Colleton County
- Dog left in ditch to die after being shot
- Cat shot with pellet gun on road
- Dog chronically abused and allegedly killed by member of the family
- Three separate canines with gunshot wounds present in Orangeburg County
To fight animal cruelty, CAS not solely treats victims, but additionally presents rewards to convey perpetrators to justice, offers complimentary veterinary forensics — together with necropsies — to legislation enforcement, and sponsors coaching for animal management officers.
Throughout the month of July, donations might be matched dollar-for-dollar as much as $50,000.
Click right here to donate.
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