Adopt a Shelter Dog Month

Adopt a Shelter Dog Month

Did you know October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month? Check out a few of our Adorable Adoptables below and Adopt, Don’t Shop this month!

View all of our adoptable dogs at https://www.halliehill.com/adoptions/dogs/.

Mouse 

Mouse is a beautiful terrier mix and is just two years old! She is very loving and playful! She is good on a leash and is happily learning to ride in the car! Mouse loves attention, is loyal, and despite her name, would make a very good guard dog!

Dolly

Dolly is a graceful, 3 year old terrier mix. A bit underweight, she is learning to love her food! Dolly loves to play with both her canine and human friends, and would love you as a playmate, too! Come and play, and take her home today!

Dusty

Dusty is a 2-year old Catahoula Mix that loves going on hikes and swimming. He is overly friendly to people and gets along great with other dogs!

Bishop Gasden Bingo Benefiting Hallie Hill

Bishop Gasden Bingo Benefiting Hallie Hill

On July 27, more than $2000 was raised to support the animals at Hallie Hill! Deegan, Lacy and
Cricket were wonderful ambassadors.

Many, many, thanks to the generous residents of Bishop Gadsden for their generous contributions!

We are very appreciative!

Autumn’s Twilight Years

Autumn’s Twilight Years

Blog by Sue Winder

Cold rain poured down from the sky the day they
dropped her off. A couple was surrendering their 20
year old cat. Certainly, there are legitimate situations
in which beloved pets may need a new home, but,
sadly, this did not appear to be one of them. We at
Hallie Hill believe that pets are family, so this
‘surrender of convenience’ was hard for us to accept
and watch, but at least we knew that Autumn would
be loved and well cared for with us, for however
long she had left in this world.

We wondered how this poor Old Lady Kitty would
adapt to Hallie Hill. Autumn made herself comfortable
in Hallie Hill’s main office. She had frequent visitors. One in particular, Ellie, fell in love
with this beautiful, soft and quiet feline. Many questions were asked about her and then a new
idea was formed – fostering! Ellie was clearly in love with this old gal and wanted her to have a
nice home where she would be comfortable and loved for the remainder of her life. Autumn of
course agreed this was a wonderful idea, had her bags packed, and was ready to go! She had been
at Hallie Hill for about 5 months when she moved in with Ellie.

Life at Ellie’s was fantastic. Autumn had the run of the whole house but had a few places she
made her own. One was on a special blanket placed carefully on the couch. From there she could
see what was happening all around her. She was spoiled with fancy treats and snacks. Gourmet
meals were placed in front of her to ravish. Nary was an insect seen, a rodent running or a snake
slithering near Autumn’s castle. She was clearly
the Queen! Autumn and Ellie’s lives were both
greatly enriched by each other’s company. There
was always a story to share regarding Autumn’s
exploits. The decision to foster worked out perfectly
for all. Autumn gave Ellie (and visa versa)
unconditional love that lasted 3 more years.

Everyone should know how special it is to adopt
a senior cat or dog. Older pets who are surrendered
or dumped at a shelter or rescued from bad
situations deserve to enjoy their last years in
peace, quiet, and comfort. Don’t we all want
that? Not only for our pets, but also for ourselves
as well? Senior animals have so much love to
give. Maybe even more than a younger animal, because many have spent their lives in the company
of people and know how good (or bad) it can be!

If you are looking for unconditional love, consider fostering or adopting an older animal. They
may have most of their years behind them, but you can make their final years the best of their
lifetime.

Visit our Adoption Page here to adopt one of Hallie Hill’s precious animals.

Our August Wishlist

Our August Wishlist

Wondering how you can help Hallie Hill this summer? Check out our August Wish List and get involved!

1. Volunteer!
Click here to learn more about Volunteering at Hallie Hill.

2. Donate to the MAGIC Fund (Medical and Geriatric Intensive Care) by check or online.

3. Check out our Hallie Hill Wishlist on Amazon.com

4. Consumables we need all of the time!

Laundry Detergent or Bleach Cinder blocks
Trash Bags
Canned Dog Food
Disinfecting Wipes or Cleaning Supplies
Leaf Rakes
Paper Plates and Paper Towels
Friskies wet cat food
Gently used lawn chairs
Dry cat food
Office Supplies
Sidewalk Pavers
Garden Hoses
Shakable Ant Poison
Bottled water for volunteers
Windex
Laundry Detergent
Hose Nozzl

Make ‘Em Smile!

Make ‘Em Smile!

You asked for it, and we’ve made it happen! You can now support the dogs and cats of Hallie Hill Animal Sanctuary by shopping on Amazon!

Start shopping with Amazon Smile and Amazon will donate a percentage of your purchases to Hallie Hill. Sign in and get started at www.Smile.Amazon.com.

Your Spare Change Can Change a Life

Your Spare Change Can Change a Life

Pennies for Pets

We all have a stash of spare change. When you donate yours to Hallie Hill Animal Sanctuary, you make a huge difference in the lives of many animals. Post a picture of you and your Hallie Hill change to our social media pages to help spread the word!

Instagram
Facebook

Change Drop Off Locations:
SC Federal Credit Union Main Branch
6265 Rivers Avenue North Charleston 29406

West Ashley Veterinary Clinic
840 St Andrews Blvd Charleston 29407

Sticky Fingers
341 Johnnie Dodds Blvd.
Mt Pleasant, SC 29464

Hallie Hill
5604 New Rd Hollywood 29449

Pennies for Pets Jars will also be available for purchase for $5 at Hallie Hill to collect your change in style and continue to support Hallie Hill!