Date: October 9, 2018
Family, friends and state and local leaders celebrated the ribbon cutting of the Linda L. Kelley Animal Shelter on Tuesday. Calvert County’s first shelter is set to open Nov. 1.
The new state-of-the-art facility will be comprised of a main shelter building of 12,910 square feet to house up to 200 animals, plus a 1,380 square-foot barn to shelter livestock. Animals of all kinds will enjoy the amenities the Shelter will offer, with felines prowling a cat patio and free-roam room where they can be watched from the main lobby and dogs, who will be granted seven kennels linking to a viewable dog room plus two larger adoptable-dog rooms with access to fenced-in play yards and indoor and outdoor meet-and-greet areas.
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