Thursday May 23, 2013
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This Month's Features
The Passion of Kay Hyman
Nell the kitten will make someone very happy very soon. Nell was rescued by City of Charleston Animal Control on the south side of the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge the day before and brought to the Charleston Animal Society. Now she is recovering in her temporary foster home. Veterinarians at the shelter examined her and took radiographs. She has a broken leg but with lots of rest and attention she will survive. One of the gratifying privileges of the staff at the amazing Charleston Animal Society facility on Remount Road is to assign a name to the animals that come through their doors. Importantly, it is more the case of assigning an identity. A stray that may have been run over or starved was rescued. Now Nell is the newest animal to benefit from the above and beyond care given at CAS. She was named “Nell” by the emphasis on the last syllable of the Rave-NEL Bridge. “It is likely the kitten was born somewhere beneath the bridge and strayed up onto the...
Our Belief in Each Other Makes ‘No Kill Charleston 2015’ Attainable
At our 139th Annual Meeting on April 2nd, we launched No Kill Charleston 2015 &nd...
Read More Ernest Grainger Heads Home at Last
A grave at Bethlehem Baptist Church that has remained empty for 60 years will be fil...
Read More Treating Arthritis Pain
J. Edward Nolan, MD and Chloe Barton - Trident Pain Center
Almost everyone knows someone with arthritis. Whether it be a family member or a friend ...
Read More Things That Will Disappear in Our Lifetime
The Post Office Get ready to imagine a worldwithout the Post O...
Read More The Popeye Museum
courtesy of www.popeyethesailer.com
Elzie Crisler Segar was born in Chester, Illinois ...