By the Numbers
- 30,000 square feet of building space around a central courtyard, on a 20 acre parcel
- It will house approximately 68 dogs and 68 cats, double the current numbers
- Contains a humane education classroom for school and youth group visits, volunteer projects, and more
- The main floor area can seat up to 150 for workshops, trainings, and other public education events
- Includes a volunteer center to encourage community engagement
- Available for rent to other organizations as a community resource and to provide operational sustainability
- Primary public entrance for adoptions, volunteers, and other visitors
- Group and individual cat housing is in this building, including cat sunrooms and "catios"
- Adoption counselors will meet with families to ensure the "perfect fit" for their new pet
- "Central Bark," a courtyard for on-leash dog walks
- Fenced acquaintance yards for off-leash exercise and "get to know you" fun
- Perimeter walking trails for adoptable dogs to get out and about with volunteers and potential families
- Shelter animals will get the care and treatment they need, making healthier pets available for adoption
- Weekly free community spay/neuter clinics for any Blaine County animal are critical to keeping the stray population down and our ability to remain a "no-kill" facility
Plus an indoor play yard for dogs, event patio, & more!
- The primary housing for adoptable dogs with comfortable individual kennels designed to reduce stress
- Materials and building systems to reduce the spread of disease, decrease noise, and improve adoptability
- Additional dog kennels will be in the featured kennel area and impound/intake area
- Socialize with some cats over a cup of coffee and a book!
- Adoptable cats will enjoy sunny spots and plenty of company while waiting for their forever homes