We are very pleased to announce that we have purchased and paid for 12 acres of land upon which our new 2400 square foot sanctuary will be built. Thank You Perkins & Will for drawing up our plans and providing our architectural rendering. We are currently taking bids on the construction of this property. The new sanctuary will have 20 dog runs, a cat room, an examination room and an adoption area. We are happily accepting donations for our building fund.
Nicholas Ault and Liz Richardson architects
Paraphrased form Carolina Gateway article, Wednesday, March 11, 2015:
Paws in the Panhandle Rescue and Adoption recently closed on 12 acres of land to build an animal sanctuary near Indian Land in York County. The sanctuary location gives Paws a no-kill temporary home for animals rescued from local shelters while they wait for their “forever home.”
Per Gloria Davey, Paws founder and Executive Director: “We could not be more excited and thrilled as we embark on our next level to saving lives in a major way.”
Every day, more than 9,000 healthy, treatable, adoptable cats and dogs are killed in animal “shelters.” Since its inception in 2010, more than 160 animals have been saved by from these facilities by Paws in the Panhandle through the generosity of foster homes. Paws goal is to see this area of the country become a no-kill area.
Paws in the Panhandle is in the process of seeking help to get the sanctuary built. Needed are engineers, architects, builders, and fundraisers. Monetary and corporate donations are also needed to the get the sanctuary up and running.
Donations can be mailed to: Paws in the Panhandle, PO Box 1802, Fort Mill, SC 29716 or dropped off at PAWSitively Thrifty (Building 7, warehouse 737), 429 Marvin Road, Indian Land.
If you are interested in helping or donating, please call Gloria Davey at 803-371-0807.