Liberty Humane Shelter is a no-kill, non-profit organization run entirely off of donations. We currently have 4 employees. We currently are housed at a county maintained site, but hope to build a new facility in the near future. Liberty County Animal Control and Liberty Humane Shelter share the responsibilities of maintenance on the building and share the cost of utilities such as electricity and propane gas. The two facilities also share the responsibilty of cost of feeding and maintaining the animals such as food and cat litter, etc. We receive no other financial aid from the county or any other governmental agencies.
We appreciate the opportunity that Liberty County has extended to us to allow us to save the lives of the animals in Liberty County, and we depend on the community to support us through donations, grants from businesses, memberships, and fundraisers for us to pay the basics of our organization. These basics are food for the animals, cleaning supplies, medication/shots for the animals, propane costs, payroll costs, expenses on the shelter van, vet bills, and gasoline for the van and lawnmower.
We try to save as many from animal control as we can. Unfortunately, we can not save them all although we are trying every day to find a home for our animals. When we do, it up opens a kennel for us to pull from animal control. Please help us save more, encourage everyone you know if they are looking for a pet, to come see what we have. The perfect family pet may be here waiting for them to take it home!
The Liberty Humane Shelter is also engaged in education about spaying and neutering. We work with our local vets and SNAC to make sure that all animals that are adopted from the shelter have been altered. If your animals have not been altered, please contact your vet immediately or a spay/neuter clinic in your area. The Liberty Humane Shelter is a pick up area for a low-cost spay/neuter clinic from South Carolina. We are trying to do our part to decrease the pet population in our area. Spaying, neutering and responsible guardianship of these animals is vital to saving lives. We cannot do it all. We need you to be committed to the animals who depend on you.
For more info about spay/neutering please call your veterinarian clinic or SNAC 1-843-645-2500.
LIBERTY HUMANE SHELTER WOULD LIKE TO PUBLICLY THANK ALL OF "OUR LOCAL VETS" THAT REPEATEDLY HELP US ON A DAILY BASIS. WE COULD NOT MAINTAIN OUR ANIMALS AT THE SHELTER WITHOUT THEIR INPUT, THEIR EXPERTISE, AND THEIR WILLINGNESS TO HELP US. MANY THANKS TO LIBERTY VETERINARY CLINIC, BEATIE ANIMAL HOSPITAL, FLEMINGTON VETERINARY HOSPITAL, WOLFE ANIMAL HOSPITAL, CEDAR ANIMAL HOSPITAL, AND RICHMOND HILL ANIMAL HOSPITAL.