Below are some pets up for adoption from St. Frances Animal Center in Georgetown.

Boris

Boris is a handsome young man that is about 2 years old that has been with us since around Christmas. This poor guy came in a heartworm positive stray. Boris loves people, and loves to play, but unfortunately has to be an only child.

Leera

Leera is a beautiful 6 year old girl that has been over- bred She loves play time and lots of cuddles, but tends to have high standards for potential siblings.

Clover

Clover is a gorgeous black and white female that hasn’t been with us too long. She loves humans, playtime, extra cuddles, and posing for photo shoots.

Kittens

These kitties are in our litter that came in with their mom. They are the sweetest things ever and are anxious to find a loving, permanent home.

To adopt or foster any of these great dogs or cats, call Saint Frances at 843-546-0780 or contact us through Facebook at www.facebook.com/sfanimals. Information on adoptions, volunteering and donating can also be found on the website www.sfanimals.org.

Although everyone at Saint Frances adores kittens and puppies, and all of their cuteness overload, the shelter is stretched thin on space and funds this time of year. So, we love it when people reach out to The Cotton Memorial Clinic spay/neuter facility to lessen the litters of kittens and puppies and the trap & neuter program to decrease the number of kittens born in the wild.

According to the Humane Society, there are an estimated 30 to 40 million feral and stray cats and only 2% have been spayed or neutered. The kittens that are born from this population of cats account for 80% of kittens in the United States.

If you haven’t had your pet examined lately, the Clinic will extend the free yearly examinations for your pets until June 1st. It is located at the Saint Frances Animal Center at 125 North Ridge Street in Georgetown.

Saint Frances employees and volunteers have rescued several litters of puppies from a high kill shelter in North Carolina. Donations of collars and puppy food would be much appreciated. We generally use Pedigree puppy food but we will be happy with anything donated to us.

Thank you to all our friends who have donated food and money to our ‘saints’ at Saint Frances Animal Center. We appreciate you daily. Thanks too to our volunteers who walk the dogs and play with the dogs and cats. They are so important to these homeless animals. If you would like information on becoming a volunteer at Saint Frances, call us at 843-546-0780 or fill in a volunteer application from the website www.sfanimals.org.