The Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando received an outpouring of support from the local community after a fire caused great damage at the non-profit’s facility, taking the lives of 17 cats. That made the recent ribbon cutting for its temporary cat shelter in downtown Orlando even more meaningful.
The shelter building features:
- Spacious adoptions area with room to house more than 30 cats
- Full-service shelter medical facility that will serve not only our shelter cats, but community cats through our TNVR initiative
- Free roam room for long-term residents or those in need of extra space
- Den operating as the hub of our foster team’s operations
- Specialized room for the intake of surrendered cats
“After over a year of preparation, our temporary cat shelter located at 777 W Central Blvd. in Downtown Orlando is open,” the Pet Alliance posted on its website. “This special space allows us to continue our lifesaving work on behalf of cats in the Orlando area.”
The temporary Orlando cat shelter location on West Central Boulevard will help the Pet Alliance continue its work of finding loving homes for cats and dogs.
The new permanent facility for the Pet Alliance will be located at 4311 & 4319 South John Young Parkway, Orlando, FL 32819. The space will house the organization’s Orlando shelter, volunteer programs and the business office. The expected completion date is September 2023.