Dozens of cats and dogs moved in to the Young-Williams Animal Village on Monday.
“We literally gutted it and started over with our own design,” Young-Williams Animal Center Executive Director Tim Adams said. The building on Kingston Pike in Bearden has been a succession of unsuccessful restaurants. Now Young-Williams leaders hope it will thrive as a new pet adoption facility.
“We’ve tried to make things as dog proof and cat proof as we possibly can,” Adams said. “We’ve put in big sky lights that provide lots of natural light for the animals which I think they will enjoy. It’s all aluminum so this isn’t going to chip or rust.”
See the full story here: Pet adoption facility opens in Bearden | wbir.com.