One of our goals here at the Humane Society of South Coastal Georgia is to place these homeless animals into furever loving homes. Here we would like to share some of our successful adoption stories and happy tails with you! These stories provide insight as to why people adopt, and the warmth and emotion that adopting a pet can bring into your lives, as well as theirs.
Choo Choo was brought to HSSCG with his "brother" Bodger after his owner fell ill. We quickly discovered that Choo Choo, a 10+ year old senior, had a heart condition that would require him to be on medication for the rest of his life. Knowing this, we knew it would...read more
Tilly was brought to the Humane Society in late 2010 after being found as a stray in Brunswick. Covered in ticks and scared to death, the medical staff at HSSCG took great care of her. Over time Tilly found refuge in the form of her kennel and it became her “safe...read more
Dear Humane Society, I have been wanting to let you know how Popeye is doing for awhile; but, your most recent email has finally spurred me to do so. I adopted Popeye the end of December 2012. My husband and I came to the shelter looking for a playmate (or sibling as...read more
Bree was adopted by Jane Goodson on August 4th, 2012. Jane had adopted a black lab, Cleo, from the Humane Society of South Coastal Georgia around 1999-2000. Cleo, like all of Jane’s previous dogs, had been a shelter dog and lived to be 13 1/2. Jane had some great...read more
We adore seniors, but they are notoriously more difficult to adopt. Teddy was no exception. We transferred Teddy from an open admission shelter in South Carolina in August of 2016 with the hope that we could find him a new home to live out the rest of his life. We all...read more
Hi! We adopted Chief in January 2015. He was part of a litter. Unfortunately we could only pick one. He's such a handsome, well/behaved dog. We're still not sure of his breed(s)...even his vet is unsure. Didn't know if you had anyone keep in touch, or not. I'm sending...read more