When Furry Friends Adoption, Clinic & Ranch opened a new, state-of-the-art $4 million building in Jupiter (100 Capital St.) at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, human guests weren’t there to witness its unveiling.
Fast forward to today, Furry Friends’ is celebrating 40 years (not to mention making it through a challenging year) by throwing a grand opening party. The rescue will hold a ribbon cutting at 11 a.m. on Thursday, June 3.
“We are so proud of this new facility and the community should be proud, too,” said Furry Friends’ president Pat Deshong. “This shelter was built for the community and it’s finally time to show it off on our 40 years of offering homeless animals lifesaving help.”
In addition, artwork by students from across Palm Beach County will be on display in the new facility and will be available for purchase to benefit the animal rescue.
Esteemed guests will Jupiter Mayor Todd Wodraska, Vice Mayor Cameron May, Furry Friends President Pat Deshong, and the entire Furry Friends Board of Directors.