Pawmetto Lifeline Holds Subaru Loves Pets Reduced-fee Adoption Event

[Columbia, SC] – Pawmetto Lifeline has been awarded a $4,000 grant from the ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®).

“This support from ASPCA® will allow us to promote adoption for rescued cats and dogs in our care with reduced fees,” said Denise Wilkinson, CEO, Pawmetto Lifeline. “This marks the sixth consecutive year ASPCA® has approved us for this grant which over the years has resulted in hundreds of homeless pets being welcomed into their forever homes. This was accomplished through special Subaru Love Pets adoption events held in partnership and enthusiastic support from McDaniels Subaru of Columbia."

Pawmetto Lifeline’s Subaru Loves Pets reduced-fee adoption event is scheduled for noon – 6 pm, Saturday, October 30, 2021. This event will be held at Pawmetto Lifeline, 1275 Bower Parkway, Columbia, SC 29212. All dog adoption fees over 35 pounds and 6 months and above are $100. Cat and kitten adoption fees are $25.

B106.7/WTCB radio station will be set up to bring the party. McDaniels Subaru of Columbia will have an SUV set up with a “camping” theme and each dog adopted will get their adoption day photo taken at the vehicle. Cat adoption photos will be taken inside at the McDaniels Subaru “photo booth”.

The Subaru Loves Pets campaign is Subaru’s commitment to pets and a part of their nationwide “Love Promise”. “At McDaniels Subaru we strive to be more than a ‘car company’”, said Bill McDaniels, Owner/President, McDaniels Automotive Group. “We are committed to helping all animals – especially those who are homeless – stay safe and healthy. We have been proud to host pet adoption events the past six years with Pawmetto Lifeline and look forward to participating again this month.”

About Pawmetto Lifeline
Pawmetto Lifeline is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit animal rescue organization with a plan to end pet overpopulation in the Midlands through education, legislation, spay/neuter programs, and responsible pet adoptions. Pawmetto Lifeline’s longterm goal is to transform theMidlands into a no-kill community, meaning no healthy adoptable pet is euthanized simply because it is homeless. For more information, please visit

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