THE SYD MILLER ANIMAL RESCUE AND ADOPTION CENTER

 
 

After many attempts over the years to partner with the city of Lander to build a shelter, the Lander Pet Connection has decided to proceed with the building of a shelter on our own.  We feel confident that through the support and donations of Lander area residents and businesses, we can build a shelter. The organization is prepared to secure a loan for any outstanding balance of the projected building costs so that we can see this project come to fruition before the close of 2011.


In the past, the Lander area has really come together to complete projects to enhance our town.  Building a shelter will, in the long run, drastically reduce LPC’s expenses, thereby increasing the number of animals we can help.  We will be able to assist with owner surrenders in the case of hardship.  We will be able to expand programs like spay/neuter assistance for those needing financial help.  We will be able to address other problems in our community like controlling the feral cat population.  In short, the building of a shelter will ensure that the Lander Pet Connection is financially able to function and, better yet, expand our services into the future.


This was a huge undertaking that has only been dreamed about until now.  Many, many thanks to all the contractors, benefactors and volunteers who helped us build the Syd Miller Animal Rescue and Adoption Center.  We are very proud of what we have accomplished and hope folks will drop by to check out our facility, see what retail products we offer, meet our animals and, more importantly, see what can be accomplished when a community really pulls together!

























 

An Idea Whose Time is Long Overdue

PHASE ONE:
SECURE THE LAND FOR THE SHELTER
PHASE 2: 
CISTERN, DIRT WORK, POWER, ELECTRIC, PLUMBING AND SEPTIC WILL BE COMPLETED
PHASE 3: 
MAIN BUILDING AND KENNELS WILL BE COMPLETED
PHASE 4: 
EQUIPMENT, FENCING AND MOVEABLE TUFF SHED WILL BE INSTALLED
HOW CAN YOU HELP?

In order to complete this dream, we need the help of you, the community of Lander.   We have a loan we need to pay off; once that monthly payment has been freed up, we will be able to put that money back into community programs including spay/neuter assistance, a feral cat initiative and education designed to educate school aged children about compassion toward our four legged friends.  


Thank you for your interest!
The Lander Pet Connection Board of Directors



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We are done and all moved in!  Please come visit us at 120 Chittim Road.  Hours are noon - 2:00 seven days a week.


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