A letter sent to S.C. Representatives in response to Bill H.3709 that uses dog breed discrimination as an answer to dog bites.
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Beverly was left to fend for herself outdoors when left behind by family. She came into our clinic by a kind person who wanted to see her have a chance at a better life. She was very sick and suffering from a longtime fight with … Continue reading Diabetic Senior Kitty Found A Family with AAC Staff
We are so happy to report that Sunshine and one of his buddies have both been adopted by a wonderful family! The Millens have been adopting pets from Drs. David & Leslie Steele for 20 years! We are ecstatic to know that two of our strays have found such an amazing home and will now be living the dream life. Thank you to everyone who helped share Sunshine’s story!
Sunny is a 9 week old, orange male tabby. He was brought to us by a good samaritan when he was abandoned by his owner. He suffers from severe viral keratitis, which has damaged his corneas, resulting in severe visual impairment. Sunny is improving every day, and has a great attitude about life! He is very playful and trusting of human touch. We are still monitoring his eye condition closely, but as soon as he is given a clean bill of health, he will be available for adoption. We will keep you posted!
It’s that time again! Kittens, kittens everywhere! We have two litters with us at the moment. Three little kittens were found in a dumpster on Clements Ferry Road. Luckily, a good samaritan saw them and brought them to us.
The other litter was found at the Sunshine House in Park West along with their mother. The mom has developed a great relationship with the staff there, so after she has weened her kittens, spayed, and vaccinated she will go back to live at the Sunshine House. All of the kittens are too young to be adopted just yet. Their ages range from 2-3 weeks old. We will be sure to keep everyone posted about how they’re doing and when they will be available for adoption!! Please help us share their stories. Call 843-884-9838 for adoption details.
Bowie and his brother Ziggy were found in a ditch when they were only a few weeks old. Luckily, a good samaritan saw them and brought them into the Advanced Animal Care.
The doctors and staff treated them for ringworm, parasites, and malnutrition. They are now 2 beautiful healthy little boys!! They have already been neutered and are current on all vaccinations. Come by and visit them today!!!
*UPDATE – Bowie and Ziggy have been adopted together! We could not be any happier for them!
My name is Gina and I am looking for a family to call my own. My mother went missing when I was very small and I was found all alone with my brothers. I am playful and sweet-natured.
I am shy, but I don’t mind being cuddled and rubbed once I get to know you. I especially like toys and treats! I am used to having other kitties around and wouldn’t mind meeting some new friends.
I am already spayed and up to date on all of my shots. Please come to meet me if you are interested in adding a loveable little kitty like me to your home.
*UPDATE – We are so pleased to announce that Gina has found a wonderful home to call her own. Thank you to everyone who helped us share her story! – AACMP
Cooper is a very sweet and energetic Hound mix. He is heartworm positive, and has recently started his treatment. His heartworm treatment will be done at no cost to the new owner. He is current on all vaccinations, neutered, and dewormed. Cooper was found by a good samaritan who saw him living in not the best of conditions. He absolutely loves people and other animals. He needs someone who is patient and understanding. He is learning quickly how to become an inside dog. Cooper will be a wonderful addition to any family. Please call Advanced Animal Care of Mount Pleasant for adoption details. 843-884-9838
This 6 week old kitten was found in the middle of the road, barely alive. She was rushed to AAC where our doctors and staff immediately began working on her. After x-rays and further diagnositics, it was discovered that she is suffering from a fractured femur, severe dehydration, anemia, flea and intestinal parasite infestation. Her injuries seem to be consistent with the possibility of being thrown out of a car, but there is no way to be sure. What we DO know is that thanks to a good samaritan she is well on the road to recovery! She is beginning to improve after IV fluids, pain medication, and deworming. She is very interested in food and even walking! Dr. Steele expects her to make a full recovery, and then she will be available for adoption. Stay tuned for more updates!
*UPDATE- This sweet kitten, now named Donut, is doing exceptionally well! She is almost completely recovered from her injury, and enjoying a wonderful life with a family of her own. We cannot thank everyone enough for their love and support for this injured kitten. The compassion shown for this injured animal was overwhelming.