April 2014
Happy Spring!

Good Time Charlie was adopted to a loving military family who have three guinea pigs.  It is match made in heavan.  Charlie had plenty of fans and we are thrilled that he found a home where he is loved and appreciated.  

Pet of the Month

Java and Jasper are two adorable brothers looking for their forever homes.  Do you have room in your heart and home for two kittens?

There are many benefits to adopting two cats/kittens: 
  • Two cats can play together, satisfying each other’s need for physical and emotional interaction. Sometimes a cat with behavior problems will become well behaved when another cat was introduced because his misbehavior was just a result of boredom.
  • Two cats can help groom each other by cleaning the hard-to-reach areas.
  • Cats who live in a multi-cat home are thought to be happier and less likely to get into trouble.
  • Cats who have already bonded or siblings may be happiest if not separated.
  • An older cat will be quicker to accept two new kittens, who will play with each other and not bother the existing adult cat.
Please consider opening your home to two cats especially if they are a bonded pair.

HAL partners with Petfinder and Adopt-a-Pet to advertise and showcase our foster animals. We also place cats in the Lobby cage at Port Royal Veterinary Hospital.   To check out our four-legged friends as well as understand the HAL adoption process, select "Adopt" and then Petfinder or Adopt-a-Pet.  Our primary goal is to find loving stable forever homes for these precious furry souls.


Don't forget to keep up-to-date on our HAL news and events via our "News" page or if you are a Facebook user, check out our HAL Facebook page.  HAL is an all-volunteer charity and all monetary donations help the animals in Beaufort County, South Carolina.  If you would like to donate money to help with expenses associated with our foster animals, please click on the "Paypal" link to the right of the screen.  

Many thanks for your support,

Sheila Munson

Humane Association of the Lowcountry (HAL)