AVON – The Humane Society of Livingston County is looking secure a space for the continuation of its Adoption Center, which they say has helped introduce rescued animals for permanent adoption by a considerable margin.
According to a press release from the Humane Society, they are a volunteer nonprofit that has been supported by local donations and grants since 1987. The Adoption Center at 67 Genesee Street, opened in August 2015, has seen an increase in 45% over the same period last year since the opening of the adoption center.
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“There is such a problem with stray and unwanted cats in our county, and we work hard to change that, but we can’t do it alone,” says the Humane Society’s GoFundMe page.
To keep it up and running in 2016, the Center is trying to reach a $5,000 goal. In its 28 years of existence, the Humane Society never had a permanent place to show their animals.
“Now we do, but we need the help of our members and community to keep it,” says the Humane Society’s GoFundMe page.
Donations can be made on the GoFundMe.com.