Animal Shelter Reopens

Kathleen Sherwood hangs out with Daize May in the animal shelter’s main holding area, revamped to make use of natural light and other features that calm dogs. Not a single bark could be heard. Photo by Ted Reckas.

The city’s flood-damaged animal shelter reopened to the public in its original Laguna Canyon location on Monday.

Some of the replacement furnishings, damaged by last December’s flooding, have yet to arrive, said a statement from the city manager.

All the animals are back at the city animal shelter, and are available for adoption, said Jim Beres, the police department’s civilian supervisor. “The remodeled facility looks wonderful, and major improvements have been made to make the facility flood resistant (but not flood proof).  The housing conditions for the animals are much improved compared to before the remodel.”







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