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Every year, the Greenville Humane Society helps more than 5,800 animals become family members, making GHS the second largest no-kill facility in the Southeast behind Atlanta. Half of our animals are owner surrender from Greenville residents. The other half of our adoptable animals are rescued from 33 open-admission shelters in five states. The Adoption Center renovation will shorten adopters’ wait times. Eight bonding will be available so potential families can “meet and greet” with the animals in privacy. Ten adoption stations will be up and running to expedite the adoption process. Plus, we will double holding space for animals to keep up with Greenville’s demand for pets.
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ADOPTION FEES AND APPROVED APPLICATIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR EVERY ADOPTION!UpstateAnimal Rescue Foundation of South Carolina currently operates in,Anderson, Pickens, Greenville, and Oconee counties in the state ofSouth Carolina. We are working toward lowering the rate that dogs andcats are being put to death in animal shelters by assistinganimals into breed specific rescues as well as into private, adoptiveplacements. This is primarily done by the use of foster homes asintermediaries. Animal Shelter in Greenville, SC | 305 Airport Rd, Greenville, SC
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is Participating in Hands on Greenville Day again this year.
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York County Animal Shelter, York, SC 29745Foothills Humane Society (FHS) is a non-profit, 501c3 No-Kill, open-admission, adoption-guarantee animal welfare organization serving the rural foothills of Polk County, North Carolina and Landrum, Campobello and Gowensville in the northern Greenville and Spartanburg counties of South Carolina, serving an overall service area of approximately 25,000 people and approximately 1,600 animals per year through our various programs. FHS began in 1957 as the volunteer-operated, Polk County Animal Protection Society. In addition to our successful adoptions and rescue programs, we offer many volunteer opportunities, public training classes, training and behavior assistance for our shelter dogs and boast an average 97% live-release rate, meaning that approximately 97% of our animals are adopted into loving homes or transferred to reputable rescue organizations.