Berkeley County PAWS
PO BOX 903 Goose Creek, SC 29445 1-843-688-4414 WWW.bcpaws.petfinder.com
Berkeley County PAWS is an organization comprised of dedicated volunteers who provide foster care and adoption for homeless animals and provide resources and events to educate the public about responsible pet ownership.
We are a charitable non-profit animal welfare organization. Donations allow us to provide for the needs of our rescued animals.
NEWS AND SPECIAL EVENTS!
SPAY/NEUTER FOR FERAL CATS $45.00 FOR MALE/FEMALE... BRING IN 3 AND GET THE 4TH ONE FREE! INCLUDES CHIP OR EAR TIP AND VACCINES PETHELPERS 843-302-0556!
PETS ARE YOUR FRIENDS ! LOVE YOUR FRIEND ! FIX YOUR FRIEND !
Spaying and neutering helps dogs and cats live longer, healthier lives. It also eliminates or reduces the incidences of a number of health problems that can be very difficult or expensive to treat!
Charleston Animal Society
Has received a grant to help people in Berkeley County spay or neuter their pets!
Special price for neutering Dogs which include their yearly Vaccines.
Special price for neutering Cats which includes their Vaccines.
For more information, please call: 843-556-7729 or 843-747-4849
If you can open your heart and home to an animal that needs you, please call: 843-688-4414! We need you - the animals need you!
BCPAWS has a few great cats that were found in the woods and saved from starvation.These cats are not happy living inside a home as they were probably born in the wild. They would make excellent 'Barn Cats" to keep your barn 'mouse and critter free! They are all spayed or neutered and up to date on their shots. For more information on these animals, please call PAWS at 843-688-4414 or Marguerite at 843-708-0566.
Please note that we have the right to refuse adoption of any of our animals for any reason we feel applicable !
There is no public shelter to visit. Instead, our companion animals are lovingly cared for in one of our approved foster homes where they can more readily adjust to a family/home environment. To see an animal you are interested in, contact the foster home to make an appointment. Foster names and contact numbers are listed in the pet's information on the Pet List page. Cats are adopted as INDOOR ONLY pets.
All PAWS pets have been examined by a veterinarian, de-wormed, vaccinated and altered. Dogs are tested for heartworm and treated if positive. Most of our dogs and cats are also Microchipped. Cats are also tested for Feline Leukemia/FIV
An adoption application is required and upon approval a contract must be signed. This is our Application to Adopt a Cat. CAT APPLICATION This is our Application to Adopt a Dog. DOG APPLICATION Please download the appropriate application, print it and fill it out. Then contact the foster home named on the animal's page in our Pet List below. You may review the terms of our contract here
Please note that cats and kittens adopted from PAWS may not be de-clawed.
Our pets of the month introduce themselves!
Poor Baby Tira was stuck in a county pound in Virginia - the only kitty there amongst over 100 dogs - and her travel to South Carolina and into foster care was a miraculous one. Within 24 hours, this kitten captured many hearts, and those hearts came together to bring her to safety. About nine weeks old, Baby Tira is a beautifully marked classic-tabby tortoiseshell. The light markings above her eyes give her an appearance of always being surprised! She is a purry sweetheart and constantly runs to her foster mom to give her kisses on the nose and cheek. She also loves to sleep with her foster mom, purring herself to sleep. Being a kitten, Baby Tira also loves to play, play, play! She gets along OK with other cats, though it will take her a few days to adjust. Older children would be a good fit for her, and any dogs would need to be older and calm as well. Baby Tira, named after the woman who drove her to South Carolina from Virginia, has already tested negative for feline leukemia and AIDS and has received her first distempter booster. She has also been deflead and dewormed. She will be spayed and microchipped in approximately two-three weeks. If you would like to meet this precious bundle of fur, please contact Amelia at 926-2105. All cats and kittens adopted from Berkeley County PAWS must remain indoor only, and declawing is prohibited following adoption.
Adoption Fee: $100.00
Geronimo is a German Shepherd mix that was 4 years old on January 1st. Poor Geronimo was hit by a car and the police picked him up and brought him to the emergency room. Owners were located, but couldn't afford the treatment, so PAWS took him home to care for him. He sustained a crushed pelvis and required 6 weeks of crate rest to heal. He had a slight heart worm positive, but BC PAWS treated him for that. He is now HEARTWORM free! Geronimo has healed just fine and now loves running and playing with the other dogs! Geronimo is crate trained, house trained, walks well on leash and is so happy to have someone to love him in his forever home.
Why do we ask for donations? We are not subsidized by any local, state or federal government agencies. We rely solely on donations to accomplish our mission to save lives. In 2003 96% of our expenses were directly related to the care of PAWS animals and our community Spay/Neuter (SNIP) program.
Register at I Give and name Berkeley County PAWS as YOUR CAUSE. You can shop at hundreds of your favorite stores and a percentage of each of your purchases will be donated to PAWS to assist with our life saving programs.
PAWS relies on the generosity of other animal lovers to help provide for our rescues while they wait for a home in foster care. We hope that you will think of them and pick up a few cans or bags of pet food or kitty litter when you shop.
Please refer to our WISH LIST a little farther down this page for needed supplies.
Provide some creature comfort to our deserving adoptable dogs by donating a Kuranda Fleece dog bed. Just go to Kuranda Web Site and enter our name, Berkeley County PAWS, to place an order.
THANK YOU for helping us to help them!
We couldn't do it without YOU!
The altering of a companion animal is every pet owner's responsibility to their pet and the community. There is no excuse for not having it done. The procedure is safe and simple and your pet will fully recover in 7 to 10 days. It can be done as early as 3 months of age and will improve your pet's health and behavior. It is the humane way to control the pet population. The tri-county area has two low cost Spay/Neuter Clinics that are available to everyone, the John Ancrum SPCA Spay and Neuter Clinic at the SuperPetz in West Ashley, and the Doc Williams SPCA Spay and Neuter Clinic in Goose Creek.
Volunteers are the backbone of this organization. Do you have Scout troop or a group at work or school looking for a community service project? We would welcome your fundraising ideas. We also need people to help solicit donations of goods and services that can be included in fundraising drawings. Your fresh ideas are needed and welcome.
Call (843)688-4414 and leave a message or send us an e-mail at email@example.com.
WHY FOSTER or ADOPT A RESCUE?
I couldn't have said it better myself! This explains it all. The author is Siri Zwemke, of Siamese Rescue, www.siameserescue.orgWhy Rescue
DOG AND CAT "TREATS"
ADVANTAGE FLEA CONTROL for CATS & DOGS
HEARTGARD or INTERCEPTOR HEARTWORM PREVENTION
BEDDING & TOYS
GIFT CERTIFICATES to PET STORES
LEASHES & COLLARS
CRATES, DOG HOUSES, FENCING
Need a good Veterinarian? These Veterinarians have provided the best care to PAWS rescues!
In North Charleston contact Northwoods Veterinary Clinic at 8320 Rivers Avenue, Phone (843) 553-0441 or
Banfield, The Pet Hospital at Azalea Square, Summerville, Phone (843)832-0919.
Banfield, The Pet Hospital - 676 Long Point Rd. - Mt. Pleasant, Phone (843)388-1701
For information about a low-cost spay/neuter clinic visit Charleston Animal Society
Berkeley County PAWS
P.O. Box 903
Charleston Tri-County Area, Goose Creek, SC 29445
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