All the hard work has paid off for the Naperville Area Humane Society as they finally cut the ribbon to their updated facility.
This new design includes state-of-the-art kennels with enhanced lighting and an updated window to allow fresh air throughout.
Other improvements focus not only on the animals’ needs but also on the building itself. Originally built in 1988, the structure had started to show some wear and tear.
Stained flooring was replaced with epoxy to aid in disease control, while new paint and countertops give the reception area a more inviting feel.
The whole shelter is now a more energy efficient building that helps reduce costs, which in turn will help save more homeless animals.
The costs for this update were covered through the shelter’s endowment fund along with private donations and local sponsors.
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