Please note that you can submit your completed landlord pet approval form at any time during the application process, but an adoption cannot be finalized without submission. We recommend getting this completed asap.
A long-term community commitment to, and achievement of the reduction of the local free-roaming cat population.
Improved quality of life for homeless cats and kittens, humane treatment, and a community understanding that they are victims of circumstance, deserve care and kindness, and provide a valuable public service in rodent control.
Reduction of the occurrence of nuisance behaviors associated with mating, including spraying, yowling, and fighting so that people and cats can live in harmony.
An end to the incidence of cats and kittens destroyed by animal shelters and animal control agencies simply due to their numbers or failure to be adopted.
Education and encouragement of participation from community members, other animal support groups, veterinarians, and local government so that there is a clear understanding of the success that can be achieved through the operation of a strong Trap/Neuter/Return program.
To make Pickens County South Carolina a no-kill community.
Reduce the number of unwanted cats through aggressive spay/neuter programs.
Provide for the well-being of companion animals in need, while adhering to our no-kill tradition and find each a lifelong, loving home.
Offer affordable wellness services and resources to pets and owners in need, targeting underserved communities, to support whole-life care.
Promote the animal-human bond through outreach, education and therapeutic programming.
And, act as an advocate on behalf of cats in crisis and as an enforcer of their rights and protection.
We are deeply committed to these goals while ensuring the financial security and stability of the organization for future generations.