The Animals Need a New Shelter
At more than 40 years old, our shelter has outlived its useful life. Although amazing work happens within its walls every day, the small size of our facility prevents best practices that could save even more lives.
We know that we can do so much more to help the animals in our community. We’re committed to placing all healthy and treatable cats and dogs by 2020. We’re close, but we simply cannot do it at our current shelter. Our kennels are too small and we are overcrowded in every area of the facility.
With a new shelter, we will be able to offer behavioral assistance to more animals and better programming for our community members. We’ll be able to meet all industry standards and best practices for animal sheltering for decades to come.
Our new facility is funded through a combination of public and private funds. The public support is coming from a 0.1% sales tax passed by voters in November of 2014. The private fundings is coming from funds raised through our Building a Better World for Pets campaign.
Want to help build a better world for pets?
We’ve come a long way towards our dream of building a better world for pets but we still need your help to reach our goal of $2.1 million for our new shelter. We invite you to immortalize your commitment to helping homeless pets in need by contributing to our new shelter through a variety of naming opportunities, found here.
Where is our new shelter located?
Our new shelter will be located at 3437-3051 E 71st Street, Loveland, off East County Road 30, between Boyd Lake Road and I-25 access road, just north of the Fort Collins/Loveland Airport