It’s a project that couldn’t come at a better time for the Danville Humane Society. Officials Thursday broke ground on a new “No Kill” Adoption Center that will be called the E. Stuart James Grant Adoption Center.
Grant cared deeply about the Humane Society. Her trust will pay for much of the cost of the facility.
This is a shelter that turns no animals away. The Humane Society hopes more space for the animals will translate to more adoptions.
No one at the shelter knows better what this groundbreaking means than Joan Schwarz, and her adopted dog, Lulu.
“It’s overwhelming to me. We had 9 runs when the humane society started and then we built the double deckers and then we’ve expanded and expanded,” said Joan Schwarz with the Danville Humane Society.
Now, Schwarz says this building is one more way to help the animals. One more life saving chance.
Originally posted here: Danville Humane Society Breaks Ground on ‘No Kill’ Center.