After 40 years in its current location, the Larimer Humane Society is closing its doors.
But just for a few days, to pack and move to the new $2.1 million facility recently completed in Loveland. Goodbye cramped quarters and crowded pens, and hello, state-of-the-art facility with more room to house animals and offer medical services and behavioral rehabilitation (for the critters) and community classes (for the humans). This increase in physical space means more room for pets who need just a little love and kindness before they’re ready to be adopted, and will incorporate natural light and more calming environments so stressed out pets can relax and let their true colors shine. The center will also house licensing, lost and found, and animal protection and control services.
The new location opened just after Labor Day, on Tuesday, September 5, with a grand opening in November. larimerhumane.org