Fabulous Beasts and Where to Find Them

Mystical creatures are on this planet, and it’s our job to find them the perfect humans to care for them.


We are searching high and low to find worthy parents to these adorably uncommon critters.

This fall season is the perfect time to find your cuddle buddy to watch scary movies, thrillers, or even rom-coms with.


They will kiss away your tears and fears as the two of you tackle whatever movie happens to land in your DVD player.

Coastal Pet Rescue has lots of furry friends looking for their cuddle buddies too!


So adopt a new family member, grab the popcorn, and let’s start making memories today!


(It’s okay we’ll wait)


Maybe you want to come meet some furry friends? 

The rest of the month you can find them at:

Two Addison Place on November 12th from 10am-2pm


Pet Smart on Abercorn St November 13th Noon-3pm


Chicken Salad Chick in both Savannah and Pooler November 19th 2-5pm

Mariner Grove Apartments November 20th from 1-4pm 


Fab’rik at 318 W. Broughton St in Savannah December 3rd 11am-2pm. The same day as the Bark Stroll through historic downtown Savannah! 


Fill out an adoption application to start your epic journey.


Be on the look out for the other Coastal Pet Rescue stories to come as we discover more of these wonderful pets!


Follow us on facebook to see what the pets are up to at Camp Pawsawhile!  https://www.facebook.com/CoastalPetRescue/?fref=ts

Follow us on instagram to see up to date pictures of where they are now!  https://www.instagram.com/coastalpetrescue/

Follow InternFrankie on snapchat to see updates on the life of an intern at Coastal Pet Rescue.

If you want to help make movie worthy stories, join the Coastal Pet Rescue team by emailing jennifer@coastalpetrescue.org to schedule an orientation, and help tame some of our fluffy camp residents.

If you would like to contribute to the making of Camp Pawsawhile for orphaned pets, please consider donating at coastalpetrescue.org/donate to make the dreams of our furry friends come true. Together we can help make them the star of their very own real-life movie.

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