Donate To Crossroads Animal Rescue:
We are always in need of donations, whether monetary or donations of supplies. Click on the link on the left to donate via Paypal. Monetary donations can also be given over the phone by calling 864-972-9906 and speaking with the Crossroads Animal Hospital receptionist. Donations can also be mailed to Crossroads Animal Hospital, 8409 West Oak Hwy, Seneca, SC 29678. Make the check out to CARE.
CARE is a 501C-3 non profit, meaning all funds are required by law to go into a CARE bank account. This is used to pay expenses for CARE. There is no “owner” of CARE – it is operated by a board of directors who are not paid to operate CARE or be on the board. Board members could be paid if they provide a service for CARE but only an amount that is reasonable for that service. For instance, Dr. Jordan boards the CARE horses at her house and she provides fencing, fertilizer, grass hay, and water. Boarding facilities typically charge $200-300/month/horse for this. Dr. Jordan is paid $50/horse/month, so she is paid considerably less than standard fees. Board members do not profit from being on the board or being involved with the rescue – it is done as a service to help the animals we care for.
If you desire, you can specify what you want your donation to go towards. This can be a broad specification such as the canine portion of the rescue, or it can be very specific such as donations towards a certain dog’s heartworm treatment.
We are also always in need of supplies. Anything for dogs, cats, or horses is appreciated but the list below is our most needed items.

Dogs & Puppies
  • Puppy food – Purina Puppy Chow is our primary food but any food is appreciated
  • Dog food – Purina Dog Chow is our primary food but any food is appreciated
  • Dog treats – any type
  • Dog toys – non stuffing toys are most useful as we can only leave the stuffing free type with unsupervised puppies. Used toys are appreciated also.
  • Kennels & Crates – 10 x 10 kennels, exercise pens, and crates can be used by foster families who are willing to foster but can’t afford to purchase a pen to keep foster puppies in. Donations of pens can save more puppies than any other kind of donation.
  • Towels, blankets & beds (washable beds without stuffing are preferred)
  • Collars & leashes

Cats & Kittens
  • Kitten food – Purina Kitten Chow is our primary food but any food is appreciated
  • Toys and treats – any type
  • Cat “towers” (cages with platforms that kittens can climb on) – these are used for foster owners who are willing to take a litter of kittens but need somewhere for them to be confined.
  • Towels, blankets, and beds

  • Hay – square or round bales of high quality hay
  • Treats – any type
  • Alfalfa pellets or cubes
  • Halters, lead ropes, and tack (Western or English)
  • Panels for a round pen