PASH Kicks Off Fundraising Campaign for Shelter Renovation
PASH has recently begun efforts to raise $1,000,000 to expand and renovate the Animal Shelter at 925 American Way. The existing building was constructed in 1981, and has had no improvements in the last 41 years. It is woefully inadequate to shelter even its current maximum capacity of 8 cats and 19 dogs. So, a team from Animal Arts in Boulder, Colorado, specializing in animal shelter design, has been enlisted to create a much improved shelter for housing our community’s displaced pets. The new design includes more than doubling the capacity for cats, with access to an outdoor “catio” area, a group exercise/activity room for cats, a meet and greet room for people to interact with potential adoptees, separate cat and dog isolation and quarantine areas, expanded and improved public reception and staff work areas, an exam/treatment/bathing room, and indoor storage for shelter supplies.
Please join us in helping to raise the funds necessary to achieve this much needed community asset.
Visit our website, PASHcares.org, or the PASH facebook page, and click on the “Donate" button below.