A woman holds a puppy at a Spartanburg animal shelter.

Support Spartanburg Animal Shelters from Home

From puppies to senior cats, local rescues work tirelessly to help animals in need. These animal shelters around Spartanburg provide animals a safe place to stay until each pet finds a loving family. If you would like to help, consider supporting one of these shelters without leaving the comfort of our Spartanburg apartments:

Spartanburg Humane Society

Founded in 1964, the Spartanburg Humane Society has saved countless animals. It provides shelter and care to homeless cats and dogs. The volunteers also work to keep pets and their owners together through community programs. They accept online donations. Any amount is welcome, and the money helps pay for food, medical services, and more.

Concerned Citizens for Animals

Concerned Citizens for Animals (CCA) makes a difference one life at a time. The rescue opened in 1980, making it the oldest no-kill shelter in upstate South Carolina. CCA cares for animals that were lost, neglected, or abandoned. The pets enjoy a second chance at life and come in all ages and breeds. To help, consider shopping from CCA’s Amazon Wish List. Needed items include cat food, dog toys, and garbage bags. Your order will ship to Concerned Citizens for Animals.

Greenville Humane Society

The Greenville Humane Society is one of the southeast’s largest no-kill facilities. It also runs a low-cost spay/neuter clinic. In 2020, they saved over 4,000 animals. The volunteers treat every pet as their own and provide love and attention until their furry friends find new homes. You can help by making an online monetary donation or shopping from their wish list. Requested items include toys, food bowls, and paper towels.

After contributing to these Spartanburg animal shelters, support other local businesses, including nearby flower shops. To call Reserve at Park West home, contact us. We’d love for you to see all our apartments in Spartanburg have to offer.

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