Animal Care Sanctuary on BONNIE'S BEAT

Joan, ACS Executive Director, had a great time with Bonnie Squires doing an on-camera interview for "BONNIE'S BEAT" - a weekly television show in the Philadelphia area. Be sure to see the YouTube video of the broadcast.

Cat Cafe.

There will be a special open house during the Christmas holidays, between Christmas and New Year’s for visitors to see the cattery, have a cup of coffee or tea, and perhaps take a cat home. It’s going to be ACS’s “Cat Café.” Watch for the date and come to ACS. Enjoy the coffee, cookies and cats! Details will be on their Facebook page and in the Troy Pennysaver. Read more ...

Animal Care Sanctuary Takes In Rescued Dogs From South Carolina.

"It was a very emotional experience," director of canine care at the Animal Care Sanctuary Rachel Rossiter said. "It was a long trip. Once we got there, we waited to see the tractor trailer come in with 66 dogs on it that were displaced from Hurricane Matthew. They were evacuated from North Charleston." Read more ...



Animal Care Sanctuary received 11 dogs evacuated from Charleston, South Carolina, ahead of Hurricane Matthew.

"They wanted to empty the shelters so they were prepared to handle all of the animals that would be displaced because of the hurricane," said Rachel Rossiter, Director of Canine Care at the Animal Care Sanctuary. This move was possible because the Animal Care Sanctuary is an emergency placement partner with the Humane Society of the United States. Read more ...



Animal Care Sanctuary Assits The Humane Society of the United States Rescue Animals from Hurrican Matthew.

"The Humane Society of the United States and Greenville County Animal Care are relocating South Carolina shelter animals before Hurricane Matthew strikes the Southeast coast. Read more ...