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KCHS launches new pet foster program as COVID marches on
Maddie and Molly
Maddie (left) and Molly are a bonded pair of 5-year-old cats. Their owner passed away and they had been part of her life since they were kittens. Other family members did not have the means to take them in. Both of them are described as “so confused,” but also “so loving.” They will be kept together as the Kershaw County Humane Society (KCHS) launches a new, accelerated fostering program in the wake of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus pandemic.
Maddie and Mollie, 5-year-old cats who have been together since they were kittens, but now find themselves at the Kershaw County Humane Society’s (KCHS) animal shelter, would like to go home for the holidays.