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January 10, 2012-As we work with Client Mike Brown and providing total media coverage of his political events in 2011, our team accommodates Mr. Brown to the Animal Care Center in Greenville, South Carolina as he explores options for Spartanburg County’s animal control issue.
After meeting with members of an Ad Hoc Committee comprised of only members of County Council and the Humane Society, it was agreed that the county would begin to look at other animal care facilities in order to gain a greater appreciation of how such facilities are ran and to gain an informed perspective for the future. Mike went to Greenville County on October 21,2011 to view the Animal Care facility that was established by the Greenville County Council in 2007. Animal Care is a full service, open-admissions animal shelter facility that serves Greenville County residents and their pets. They work collaboratively with Greenville Humane Society, which works with the facility, to provide intake, adoption and spay/neuter services. Greenville County Animal Care Services employees focus their attention on the care and housing of all incoming animals. This includes animals that have been found as strays, including those brought in by animal control and by the public. In addition, they provide additional services for surrendered pets of Greenville County residents.