We're so thankful for the generosity and support that our community has shown us. Your love for animals and commitment to reducing pet overpopulation has given us all the tools we need to continue that mission and expand into our organization's future as a valued regional resource.
While we are now in our new building, we still have a lot of work to do before opening our spay and neuter schedules to the public. Final construction and technical details are still being worked on, and we are unpacking boxes and putting away all of our office supplies and veterinary equipment.
Our team will be here between now and January 4, working hard to get us ready to schedule new spay and neuter appointments. We will be operating our pet food bank on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 AM to 3 PM as a curbside service during this extended closure. We are also open for the purchase of Frontline and NexGard products for clients that call ahead.
On January 4, 2021, we will open our schedule for the appointment dates of January 11-21. We will not have any appointments available before January 11, 2021. We are anxious to get back to what we do best. Since 1897, the Kalamazoo Humane Society has been on the frontlines of pet overpopulation. In the new Charles C. and Lynn L. Zhang Animal Care & Resource Center, we'll be able to tackle this issue, and more, with increased vigor.
Thank you again! We can't wait to show off our new digs! While COVID-19 has our lobby closed to the public, please take a look through the photos. We're confident you'll be as amazed as we are.
Your friends at the Kalamazoo Humane Society.