Thank you for joining us at Bathe to Save!


We had so much fun at Bathe To Save on Sunday, July 29th! We don’t know yet if we have gotten the record yet from Guinness but we did find out that we washed 33 dogs passing our minimum 25 we had to have! We also received $224 in donations as well as $40 worth of popsicles sold! A huge shout out to Speak for Animals for having a location that was perfect as well as donations and Eva Mady and daughter for purchasing popsicles to sell at the event and give all proceeds to both of our organizations!! We couldn’t do it without all the volunteers also who gave up their Sunday to help in this fun event! We also couldn’t have done it without the people who brought out their dogs for a good wash and the people who shared our event! You all rock!!


CCA is gearing up for the 35th Bark in the Park to be held on October 27th, 2018! Click here for more information.

An important reminder!

Days are quickly becoming much warmer. Please keep your pets and family safe! Remember the outside temperature quickly becomes deadly inside a car for pets and children.

CCA’s thrift store is open for business!

Second Chances is now open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10 am to 5:30 pm.

Come check out our store for great shopping for you and your pet!!!

2425 New Easley Hwy Greenville SC 29611

 HOG Day at CCA

What a great group of volunteers from East Minister Presbyterian church!  They worked very hard cleaning igloos, putting out gravel, cleaning flower beds and making the shelter ready for summer. A HUGE “thank you” for coming out and supporting CCA!


Kittens, kittens, kittens everywhere! Please call CCA if you are interested in adopting. We urge you to adopt, not shop for your next family member!


March 21, 2017

Who We Are

Founded in 1980, Concerned Citizens for Animals is celebrating 36 years of improving the lives of homeless animals in the Upstate. Through our shelter operation, and a variety of community service programs, CCA offers a second chance to neglected, stray and abandoned animals.

As the oldest no-kill shelter in the Upstate, CCA provides treatment, sterilization, care, and a safe haven for its residents until loving homes are found. Prospective homes are screened, references are checked and home visits made to ensure the animals are placed with responsible, caring individuals and families.

CCA’s Feral Cat Program employs the TNR (trap, neuter, and return) process to assist feral cat colony caretakers in maintaining the health of the colony and curbing the colony’s growth. Our Low Cost Spay/Neuter Program is effective in alleviating animal suffering by reducing the number of unwanted canine and feline births in the Upstate.

The combined efforts of an involved management team, a dedicated caretaker and an active volunteer force create a powerful influence in the lives of the animals in our care and those in the community we serve.

Mission Statement

CCA shall not destroy any animal unless it is beyond medical care, and suffering would be the permanent result of medical treatment.

CCA shall operate an animal shelter for abandoned, sick, injured, or otherwise homeless animals.

CCA shall maintain an adoption program to permanently place homeless animals in qualified homes.

CCA shall maintain a low-cost spay/neuter program for the community.

CCA shall strive to prevent or stop any abuse, neglect, or otherwise inhumane treatment of any animal.

Concerned Citizens for Animals is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Please consider supporting CCA’s work with a tax deductable donation.

Making A Difference … One Life at a Time