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Help Support Community Pets
PETSinc is proud to support community pets in need through
adoption and affordable health services
PETSinc helps save the lives of cats and dogs in the South Carolina Midlands through our rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of these unwanted and homeless pets. We have positively impacted the lives of over 93,000 animals since our beginning in 1991.
Our commitment is to address the physical and emotional needs of abandoned cats and dogs by providing medical, nutritional, and rehabilitation services to ensure their life-long adoption. We also offer a low-cost, full-service veterinary clinic, including spay-neuter surgeries to help control pet and shelter over-population.
As a non-profit organization we rely solely on the support provided by adoption fees and donations from the public. We receive no government funding and are not directly affiliated with any other county shelter or humane society. As a small non-profit we work hard to help community pets in need and pet owners. Our modest adoption center houses approximately 100 homeless animals who are waiting for their forever families. With each dog or cat that is brought to us, we offer basic vetting and grooming plus lifetime registration with our pet identification programs which helps us return lost pets to their owners.
Your donation to PETSinc goes directly to helping us save as many lives as possible. In 2020 our vital work included:
Finding “forever homes” for 2,041 dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens
Performing over 4,700 low-cost spay and neuter surgeries to decrease the overpopulation of unwanted litters
Administering over to 11,300 vaccinations to maintain healthy cats and dogs in our community
Meet Humble the Chihauhua… He was surrendered to PETSinc after his leg got caught in a baby gate and snapped in half. The owner, a single mom with two small children, could not afford the surgery needed to fix his leg and was going to have him euthanized.
Our staff stepped in and promised to raise the money needed to insert a plate and screws in Humble’s leg, shelter him for two months during his recovery time and then find him his forever home. We estimate just his surgery costs will be $2,200.
While we are still raising money, Humble is at the shelter and ready to be adopted.
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