SC-CARES Coastal Animal Rescue and Educational Sanctuary Launches Search for New Owner Submission Details
SC-CARES Coastal Animal Rescue & Educational Sanctuary was founded in Georgetown County, SC, in 2006 by Cindy Hedrick and Skip Yeager to care for animals that had experienced harm or neglect. Since that time, the 501(c)(3) non-profit organization has taken in birds, mammals, and reptiles of all kinds. Today, the 24-acre sanctuary is home to nearly 140 residents.
The SC-CARES Coastal Animal Rescue & Educational Sanctuary (SC-CARES) is a compassionate no-kill/no-breed habitat for abused, neglected, unwanted exotic and farm animals, and non-releasable wildlife. The sanctuary provides its inhabitants with a safe place to live out their days with proper care and respect. Through educational presentations and tours, SC-CARES teaches people about respect for animals and how to properly address their needs.
Edward ‘Skip’ Yeager
236 Abbeville Dr.,
Georgetown, SC 29440
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