Notable Cape Codders, Donors Line up to Kickstart Construction of State-of-the-Art Animal Care and Adoption Facility
Only one candidate can secure the top prize following tomorrow’s Presidential election but the MSPCA-Cape Cod is declaring every animal a winner now that ground has been broken on the new adoption center to be built on the organization’s current site in Centerville, Mass.
A ceremony to mark the construction phase of the new adoption center is scheduled for 11:00 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 7 at 1577 Falmouth Road in Centerville, and media are invited to attend.
The MSPCA’s “Campaign for Cape Cod” has raised over $2.5million from over 350 animal lovers to help fund the project, prompting construction to begin before the end of the year. “We committed ourselves to breaking ground in 2016 and now we are digging—thanks to the generosity of Cape Cod supporters who’ve ensured we could keep this promise to animals and the community,” said MSPCA-Angell President and Sandwich resident Carter Luke.