Amy Campanini, director of the Palmetto Animal League, is photographed with Hilly, one of 13 dogs the league took in when Georgetown, S.C. shelters became overwhelmed with animals after the recent floods. The dogs are up for adoption at the league's facility in Okatie.
Amy Campanini, director of the Palmetto Animal League, is photographed with Hilly, one of 13 dogs the league took in when Georgetown, S.C. shelters became overwhelmed with animals after the recent floods. The dogs are up for adoption at the league's facility in Okatie. Jay Karr jkarr@islandpacket.com
Amy Campanini, director of the Palmetto Animal League, is photographed with Hilly, one of 13 dogs the league took in when Georgetown, S.C. shelters became overwhelmed with animals after the recent floods. The dogs are up for adoption at the league's facility in Okatie. Jay Karr jkarr@islandpacket.com

Beaufort County volunteers pitch in to help animals in flood areas

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