All 4 Paws | 67 Waverly Road, Pawleys Island. Email email@example.com or visit www.all4pawssc.org. Rescues abandoned, neglected and abused animals from local areas and high-kill animal shelters. No-kill, all-volunteer group that uses progressive techniques to rehabilitate and house dogs and cats.
Coastal Animal Rescue | 1288 Limestone St., Murrells Inlet. Call 843-652-4500 or visit www.coastalanimalrescue.org. A cage-free, no-kill, 100 percent volunteer shelter for dogs and cats.
Grand Strand Humane Society | 3241 Mr. Joe White Ave., Myrtle Beach. Call 843-918-4910 or visit www.grandstrandhumanesocity.com. Takes in animals brought in by the city’s animal control or community members. Offers adoptions, spay/neutering services and some medical services.
Humane Society of North Myrtle Beach | 409 Bay St., North Myrtle Beach. Call 249-4948 or visit www.humanesocietynmb.org. Its mission is to find loving and permanent homes for abandoned animals; provide first-rate veterinary care through experienced, local veterinarians; offer low-cost spay and neuter programs for dogs and cats; and to reach out to children, teachers and parents through the education of pet responsibility. This humane society has outgrown its current facility and has plans to build a larger, more updated facility. A building fund has been set up to accept donations for this purpose.
Sav-R-Cats | 1117 S.C. 544, Surfside Beach. Call 843-222-8057 or visit www.sav-r-cats.com. This nonprofit organization was founded in 2002 to ensure the protection, safeguarding and humane treatment of cats.
SC-C.A.R.E.S. (Coastal Animal Rescue and Educational Sanctuary) | 236 Abbeville Drive, Georgetown. Call 843-546-7893 or visit www.sc-cares.org. A wildlife rescue and rehabilitation center that provides a haven for abused, neglected or unwanted exotic animals.
St. Frances Animal Center | 125 N. Ridge St., Georgetown. Call 843-546-0780 or visit www.sfanimals.org. This facility’s mission statement is to provide a safe and nurturing environment for abandoned and mistreated dogs and cats until they can be placed in loving homes. By raising awareness through public education, community outreach and a wellness clinic, the center seeks to promote respect for the lives of cats and dogs by breaking the cycle of abuse, neglect and pet overpopulation.
Waccamaw Animal Rescue Mission | P.O. Box 1764, Conway. Call 843-347-6583 or visit www.warmfarms.org. WARM is a nonprofit, no-kill refuge whose mission is to rescue and rehabilitate domestic animals and wildlife.