Saving Southern Kitties - Tega Cay Pet Shelter

Saving Southern Kitties

Saving Southern Kitties is a new South Carolina rescue devoted to saving cats and kittens from high kill and rural shelters, where euthanasia rates are extremely high. At Saving Southern Kitties, under the leadership of Susan Schreck, we are making a difference of the lives of cats who have no voice. At Saving Southern Kitties we focus our efforts on those cats and kittens which are never seen on the adoption floors at these shelters and are labeled "rescue only". Shelters do not usually have space to put all of the cats on the adoption floor and must decide which ones don't make the cut. Usually it's those who aren't super fancy, have a sniffle, or are thing from being a stray for too long. Oftentimes, they are only given a few days to get out by a rescue group or be euthanized. We are their only chance at finding a forever family. We spend the money needed to make them healthy and adoptable. Because of this, our average dollar amount spent per cat is quite high. We aim to keep our adoption prices very reasonable! Saving Southern Kitties is making a difference for these precious lives, one at a time! MEOW Y'ALL!

  • Shelter Address

  • Tega Cay, SC 29708
  • Phone
  • Contact Name
  • Website
  • http://www.savingsouthernkitties.com/
  • Pet types
  • Cats
  • Location served
  • Charlotte, NC and the Greater Charlotte Metropolitan areas including Tega Cay, SC, Lake Wylie, SC and Fort Mill, SC.

Adoption Process

Saving Southern Kitties requires completion of an adoption application, initially. We thoroughly review the application which includes: Veterinary References, Personal References, Home Ownership Verification, Verification of Pet Policy with Landlord for those renting homes and a home visit. Our average adoption fee is $125.00 but can vary. We also require completion of an adoption agreement if the adoption application is approved.

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