New MSPCA Animal Resource and Adoption Center Opens

Can house upwards of 200 animals, provides training, medical spaces...
The impressive new MSPCA animal resource and adoption center in Centerville (MSPCA photo)

The MSPCA’s all new McGraw Family Animal Resource and Adoption Center officially opened its doors yesterday to visitors across the Cape eager to adopt a new pet.  The new facility, about 12,500 square feet of space—nearly three times larger than the previous building that sat on the site for decades—is already home to dozens of cats, dogs, rabbits and other animals awaiting adoption.

The new adoption center is the culmination of the five year Campaign for Cape Cod, a capital campaign that has raised nearly $3 million toward the building’s construction, and continues to raise money for ongoing operations. 

The new building can house upwards of 200 animals at any given time and also includes new, contemporary space for dog training, medical evaluations and spay and neuter services.  Hours and directions can be found on the MSPCA-Cape Cod Website.


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