The pieces are falling into place for Gloria Davey, a cheerfully obsessed 64-year-old Indian Land retiree.
Six years ago, she started the nonprofit animal-rescue group Paws in the Panhandle, with a thrift shop to generate revenues. In 2014, the group paid $92,000 for 12 acres near Fort Mill. Now, with architectural plans ready, she is raising money to build her dream – a no-kill shelter that would save more than 1,000 dogs and cats each year.
“I feel so blessed to have such great people helping make this much-needed facility a reality,” Davey said.