Groundbreaking ceremony takes place for Lake County no-kill animal shelter
A groundbreaking ceremony has taken place for a new no-kill animal shelter in Lake County.
The Illinois site will allow more space for hundreds of animals.
The current site over 200 dogs and cats and was designated as a no-kill site in 2017.
Whitney Boylston, director of Lake County Animal Services said: "I have to say, the community has gotten us here, the community is our adopters, they are our fosters and volunteers, and without them, we wouldn’t be able to place our homeless pets,"
Construction is now expected to get underway.