An Ottawa interior design blogger shares some thoughts about and ideas for the Ottawa Humane Society's new shelter:
The Ottawa Humane Society (OHS) is currently raising money to build a new and improved facility to better serve the community as their current shelter, built in 1968, can no longer do the job. According to the site, the shelter was designed to accommodate 2,500 animals per year but currently accommodates over 11,000 animals each year. (Now that's overcrowded!) They have obtained about 75% of the $9,500,000 needed to built the new facility. So they need a bit more to make this happen in 2010.
Read the rest of the article over at Modern Ottawa!