Caitlyn, America's Dog, has a new book! Come to lunch at High Cotton to hear about it.
Join us Friday, April 20 for lunch at High Cotton, as we discuss and support Charleston's own Caitlyn: America's Dog. It's a story about how a national community came together to recognize and correct an extreme case of animal cruelty.
You'll support Charleston Animal Society's Caitlyn Anti-Cruelty Fund with your purchase of her book, and your kindness will be rewarded with treats from our favorite Woof Gang Bakery. Sit. Stay. Eat. Drink. Read.
While Caitlyn's story is still being written, this book captures the most difficult part of her life, her journey from abuse to recovery. Found in North Charleston with her muzzle taped shut with electrical tape, Caitlyn nearly died. But thanks to a community who cared, Charleston Animal Society, local veterinarians, detectives and prosecutors Caitlyn's story became an inspiring tale of triumph over adversity. This beautiful animal put a face on animal cruelty and in the process, she inspired people around the world.
The book is dedicated to everyone connected to Caitlyn's discovery, treatment and recovery, as well as those who saw justice served, those who helped spread her story, and all those who helped by donating to Charleston Animal Society to fund her recovery and new life.
When you purchase this book, you are helping future Caitlyns get the help they need through the Caitlyn Anti-Cruelty fund at Charleston Animal Society. We know you'll enjoy this book and want to share it with your friends and family as a lesson to all of us about the power of good over evil.
Swag bags and raffle sponsored and supported by Woof Gang Bakery, 341 King Street.
About the Venue
Our location for this luncheon is High Cotton 199 East Bay Street, Refined eatery with daily live music and Lowcountry fare cooked using ingredients from nearby farms. Owned and operated by Hall Management Group.
Parking is available in the garage at Cumberland and Concord Streets, or at meters on the street.
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