Humane Society Of Charlotte Working To Bring New Animal Resource Center To The Queen City
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — For more than 40 years, the Humane Society of Charlotte has been committed to improving the lives of pets and people through pet adoption, spay/neuter, education and pet health services. As the animal welfare demands in our community have grown in recent years, the Humane Society of Charlotte has always been able to address them.
However, they can no longer ignore the constraints of their current facility. Because much more can be done to improve animal welfare and overall community health in Charlotte, plans are underway to build a state-of-the-art Animal Resource Center to serve pets and the people who love them.
Their goal is to raise $15 million to begin construction. The new animal resource center will be built to withstand approximately 30,000 animals moving through it annually. It will also have a full-time veterinary/surgical wellness clinic.
This will be the first animal welfare center in the city of Charlotte and the Humane Society of Charlotte is confident that our community will come together and help raise the necessary funds needed to provide our region with the state-of-the-art facility it deserves.
A new Animal Resource Center has been a dream and vision for the Humane Society for many years. As Charlotte’s only animal welfare agency that addresses the full spectrum of issues faced by pets and their families, the Humane Society feels that it is time to have the ability to offer a destination for Charlotte pets and their families to learn, grow and socialize.
Their goal is to focus on the future of Charlotte and expand their services and programs to better impact the lives of pets and people in our community.
Visit the We Are Family Campaign website to see exactly how they plan to bring the vision to life and how you can help.