Campaign For Cape Cod

Safe Harbor For Cape Cod Animals

Cape Campaign LogoOur thriving MSPCA Animal Care and Adoption Center is critical to the fabric of the Cape Cod community. Each year we see almost 1,000 animals in need of care. These animals are cared for by the compassionate staff and volunteers who, working in less than ideal conditions, give them their chance at a new life.

Our current facility does not reflect the MSPCA’s standard of excellence. We desperately need a new Adoption Center in order to provide the most hospitable and humane conditions possible for our animals, as well as to expand education programs for the community-at-large.

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MSPCA Cape Cod Looks to the Future

 

There is a great deal of excitement at the MSPCA Cape Cod as we broke ground for the new Animal Care & Adoption Center on Monday, November 7th, 2016.  The Campaign for Cape Cod has reached a critical point, with more than $2.5 million raised towards the $5 million goal and we will begin this monumental project to bring all of our services under one roof.

mcape-entry-1-161103The MSPCA is working with Steve Jensen of Blue Sky Architecture, who has also designed the facilities in Boston and Methuen, to design a new space all under one roof, on our property in Centerville.  The more efficient floor plan will allow staff and volunteers to provide the best care for the approximately 1,000 animals who come through our doors annually.

Animal care remains the first priority for the MSPCA Cape Cod, but we are committed to creating a better experience for our human visitors, too.  We will provide better spaces for those who are adopting to have conversations with our staff.  Additionally, we will have the space to provide more education programs, dog training classes, children’s programs, and public outreach.

The continued support of the community is vital to the future of the MSPCA and we look forward to sharing updates throughout the summer.

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