Charleston Animal Society thinks outside the box to create a no-kill community

Charleston City Paper | April 24, 2013
Last week, a speckled brown kitten was rescued by Charleston County animal control from the south side of the Ravenel Bridge. "We get calls every spring where people say someone threw a kitten on the bridge," says Kay Hyman, the director of community engagement for the Charleston Animal Society. "No one's ever seen it actually happening really. Kittens are born all the time under that bridge, and what happens is they get spooked ... and they start moving."

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