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Unformatted text preview: Kristin Killmeyer Sociology 101 Professor Rogers October 31, 2008 Conway Humane Society Back in September, my mom and I adopted a kitten from a section of the home show by the Conway Humane Society. I was having a really hard time trying to think of a place to do my community service, since there aren’t many places around my house, like homeless shelters, humane societies, or non-profit organizations. My mom suggested that I do my three hours of community service at Conway Humane society, because it’s close to the Conway campus and I have a big gap in between my classes. I contacted the woman we adopted our kitten from, and she told me that they are ALWAYS accepting volunteer work. The Conway Humane Society takes care of dogs, cats, and other small mammals, all of which are able to be adopted. This month, over one thousand cats have been either brought in or caught as strays. The Conway Humane Society is responsible for the stray cats found in all of Horry County, along with cats people bring in, while the Grand Strand Humane Society and other local societies are only responsible for Myrtle Beach and other surrounding areas. During one of the days I was in the center, a policewoman came in with several cages full of kittens and cats. One of the cages had a mother cat...
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This note was uploaded on 12/03/2009 for the course SOC 101 taught by Professor Rogers during the Spring '08 term at Horry-Georgetown Technical College.
- Spring '08