MIDDLEBURY — The Addison County Humane Society announced Monday the completion of it’s $1.12 million facility expansion and renovation project. An open house will be from 1 to 4 p.m. on Aug. 24.
The project, which began late last year, increased the Middlebury facility’s square footage by 65 percent. It includes a new entrance/reception area, medical quarantine area, and expanded medical examination room, new office space, and a conference room. An incoming area designated for all newly admitted animals, a “meet & greet” room for potential adopters, a free range, cage-free room for cats, and a separate dog barn are also part of the renovation.
Located at 236 Boardman St. in Middlebury, the shelter was originally designed to house 60 animals. Prior to construction, the space was shared by more than 140 cats, dogs, rabbits and hamsters.
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