January/February 2018

HAL Friends and Supporters,

Happy endings are our goal.
Sisters – Haley and Harper were adopted together. YAY!!! They are so lucky and so happy. Look at them loving on each other —so adorable.  Homer and Yoko were also adopted together and have a canine and feline fur friend as well as four human boys to play with them.  We couldn’t be happier. Look for them on our HAL Facebook page.

We have new kittens that have been added to our web site. This is Buzz Lightyear.  He and I wish you and your families a magical New Year.  “To Infinity and Beyond…” He is currently sharing the lobby cage at our veterinarian’s office (Port Royal Veterinary Hospital) with Gabriel (orange tabby kitten).  They are getting exposure to dogs, people, kids, smells, sounds, and chaos.

Train your cat to walk on Leash

Did you know that it is the law in Beaufort County that dogs AND cats (Ordinance 14-33 Running at Large) must be on a leash if they are off your property?  Most people are used to seeing dogs on a leash but cats!  How is it possible to train a cat to walk on a leash? Here is a great article with some very specific tips on how to train your cat to walk on leash.  It is safer and healthier.

Don’t forget to keep up-to-date on our HAL news and events via our “Facebook” page.   HAL is a fund of the Community Foundation of the Lowcountry (CFL) and all donations are tax deductible.   Be sure to select “Humane Association of the Lowcountry Fund” from the drop down box. We are a small charity and sincerely appreciate your support.

Sheila Munson

Humane Association of the Lowcountry(HAL)


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