By Nikki Gaskins
CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV)—It's that time again. The Charleston Animal Society is hosting yet another adoption blitz. There are many dogs and cats to choose from, and you don't have to pay a dime to take home a new, furry friend.
Friday morning there were already dozens of people eagerly waiting outside the organization's building, ready to adopt.
During the last adoption blitz, the Charleston Animal Society adopted out every single pet it had available. This time around they hope to adopt out 200 pets.
ABC News 4 caught up with one lowcountry mother of two who is taking home a new kitten to her family Family.
"There's so many cats and dogs that need homes and we wan to do what we could to help," said Paige Tyner.
The adoption blitz runs until Sunday. According to Kay Hyman with the organization, if you adopt a 3-year-old cat or older, you'll get a lifetime supply of pet food.