Palmetto Animal League – Adopt a Pet in Beaufort SC


Palmetto Animal League is a private, non-profit, 501-C-3 , no-kill animal  rescue organization which has operated using a network of volunteer foster families. The organization opened its progressive Adoption Center on October 30th,2010.


A community where every neglected animal has a second chance.


To build a community where every neglected animal has a second chance at life, guided by a compassionate approach to animal welfare through humane sanctuaries, proactive relocation and solving overpopulation through enlightened management techniques.


PAL opened its first Adoption Center on October 30, 2010 after 8 years of managing a network of loving foster families to house and care for our abandoned and homeless animals. The Adoption Center, which includes living space for approximately 100 adoption-ready cats and dogs, serves as the headquarters for the League’s operations. We offer animals a friendly, comfortable, low-stress environment which encourages humans to visit, adopt, volunteer and get involved. Our 7,700 square foot building is located in Riverwalk Business Park in Okatie, SC. Since 2002, PAL has helped over 5,000 animals through rescue, foster care, adoption and spay/neuter services.

Tiles are only $100 and for an additional $50 you can receive a second tile to give as a gift or keep for yourself! Please visit the PAL website ( or call 843-645-1725 for more information.


No matter what the occasion. It is always a wonderful time to honor a pet by making them a lasting part of PALS Adoption Center. And by purchasing a tile with a pets picture, you will also brighten the future for homeless animals who are not as lucky to have someone to love…yet.

  • People who own pets live longer; have less stress and have fewer heart attacks.
  • Most pet owners say their pet makes them smile more than once per day.
  • About 40% of pet owners say they have more   photos of their pet than of their spouse or significant other.
  • One-third of dog owners admit that they talk to their dogs on the phone or leave messages on an answering machine while away.
  • 70% of people sign their pets name on greeting cards and 58% include their pets in family and holiday photos.
  • Over 50% of pet owners would rather be stranded on an island with their pet, not another person.

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