Known as the Catty Shack Downtown, the shelter specifies in caring for cats, though it is a dog-friendly space for owners who choose to visit. Coordinator LuAnn Hinderscheit says that she is working to secure more volunteers to help run the cats-only location. We need to have volunteers commit to manning the location, Hinderscheit said. I have two main volunteers and a couple more who are just starting, trying to learn the ropes. The 1,800 square foot space is already to home to plenty of cats, and Hinderscheit hosted a meet and greet Saturday to make the community aware that opportunities to adopt pets abound in the region. She says that the new location is not yet at capacity. Were basically covered for 30 beds, so we dont really want to have more than 30 cats in here at a time, Hinderscheit said. That will vary at times because of small kittens that we get in, so sometimes it may be over 30. Hinderscheit also expanded on the reasons she wanted to open the new, cats-only shelter and where most of her animals come from. We want people to see the animals, touch the animals, see how nice they are. We are so excited to be able to rent this space, Hinderscheit said. Most of our animals come from the Devils Lake pound, Spirit Lake, or good Samaritans that take animals in that they really cant keep. TLC-ND has been in operation since 2010, and Hinderscheit has over 10 years of experience at shelters in North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota and Canada.
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