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With the guidance and professional work of Woodland Consultants and Apogee Engineering, the building plans and the HVAC plans have been approved by the State Department of Safety and Professional Service.
OMHS is grateful to Schmitt Woodland Hills Retirement Community for its generous help and encouragement for allowing OHS to retrofit and rent their former workshop/garage for use as a feline adoption location over 8+ years!
Like the previous buildings used by OMHS, the new building will not accommodate dogs awaiting adoption at this time.
We are also grateful to Lee and Judy Clarson for renting a second space to OMHS for use as an additional adoption location for the past 2+ years. OMHS aniticpates the new shelter to be a focal point of pride in a wonderful community that cares about quality of life of both people and pets.
Ongoing progress on the new shelter will be reported on the News Page of this website via photos that illustrate the progress towards ocupancy by pets and volunteers.
The project is a bit daunting at this early stage, but OMHS is equal to the task.The shelter will continue the all-volunteer philosophy of the organization and would have no paid employees. Adoption Coordinators know that this freedom of movement for cats enables them to adapt readily into their new homes.