The Milo Foundation is seeking donations to build fences for its three dog yards at its relatively new pet adoption center in Point Richmond.
The “no-kill” organization that provides sanctuary for homeless animals in Northern California says it is looking to raise $8,000 for the fences. Donations can be made here.
The Milo Foundation’s 5,000-square-foot adoption center is located at 200 S. Gerard Blvd. The fences will reportedly allow Milo’s rescued dogs space to play and exercise during the day and into the evening hours.
The foundation has been given the option to pay for the fencing over four months.
“Construction starts soon but we need to raise the money for this month’s payment,” officials said.
The Milo Foundation also operates a 283-acre sanctuary in Mendocino County. The nonprofit says it has saved more than 23,000 animals in its 20 years of existence.