Sometimes it takes a village to have a happy ending. A 4-6 week old kitten was brought to Port Royal Veterinary Hospital (PRVH) in April. She had been thrown from a moving car. Without proper medical care and a foster home she would have starved to death. A good Samaritan brought her to Little Friends Wildlife Center. Dixie and her husband help wild not domestic animals so she immediately brought her to PRVH. This happens to be the same vet that the Humane Association of the Lowcountry(HAL) and Broken Tails use. The kitten’s face was a mess and she had a broken jaw. HAL volunteered to foster the kitten and Broken Tails agreed to give her a grant to offset some of her emergency medical bills. Nugget is now happy, healthy and has been adopted into a loving home. This “happy ending” would not have happened without the support of several charities working together and a wonderful foster mom named Linda. If you would like to help future Nugget’s, donate to HAL or Broken Tails or become a HAL foster family.
HAL is devoted to enhancing the lives, adoption rates and experiences of homeless cats and dogs living in Beaufort County, SC. The amount of support we can provide is limited primarily by donations, availability of rescuers and foster families as well as forever homes. HAL is all-volunteer non-profit charity and a fund of the Community Foundation of the Lowcountry (CFL). 98% of our monetary donations are used to help the animals. We do not have a permanent facility. We are a small organization and most volunteers work independently out of their homes. We always need responsible foster families. If you have room in your heart and home to help a homeless cat, please complete the Foster application. The Foster Application should take you about 10 – 15 minutes to complete