Find Your New Best Friend at the Humane Society of Marlboro County!
The Humane Society of Marlboro County, SC has taken over operations of the Marlboro County Animal Shelter and Animal Control as of August 2012. The county has made some much needed repairs such as replacing the roof, repairing the drainage, installing heating and fans and painting.
Can you spare a few hours for the homeless animals of Marlboro County in 2013? You will get lots of sloppy wet kisses in return! As most of you know, our shelter is all volunteer run and we always need extra hands to help with our cleaning and feeding shifts. If you would like to spend some time with some very appreciative, loving cats and dogs, puppies and kittens, please email us at humanesocietyofmarlborocounty@ya
Thank you for considering making life a little brighter for our furbabies! Please email us if you can help! email@example.com
We also are in need of Fosters!
Our 16 runs are filling up fast! Can you foster a cat, dog, puppy or kitten? Fill out our Foster Questionnaire. Live Long and Foster!
Please check out the Support Page to find out how you can help and as always, thank you for your care and support of these abandoned homeless animals.
With this move we are in need of donations and other items. Can you help?
Purina Dog Chow
Purina Cat Chow
Purina Puppy Chow
Pedigree canned puppy food
Stainless Steel water buckets
Stainless Steel dog bowls
Towels and rags
Dog and Cat Crates
Kong Dog toys, mostly large or extra large
Kong stuffing or natural peanut butter
Washable dog toys
A bit of background: We have worked for many months to gain control of the Marlboro County and City Animal Shelters. We have raised a substantial amount of money to put towards a new building and have almost secured the site to put it on, have received a pledge of $50,000 from the county which the city may match in like. We have held adoption drives and coordinated and transported rescues and many other actions. The Marlboro County Animal Shelter was an old jailhouse in need of major repair, with one county employee (ACO) and a prisoner dropped off every morning. In the summer of 2011, we were able to convince them to shut down their gas chambers, though they were still a high kill shelter. In September 2011, we gained a set of keys to access the facility after hours and were able to post videos and photos of the conditions there which have outraged the public. Due to the outcry, in September 2011, the county offered the Humane Society of Marlboro County a lease agreement.