BANGOR – The Bangor Humane Society plans to reopen to the public on Monday, July 6.
As COVID-19 hit, the organization was finishing its shelter renovation project.
According to Executive Director of the Bangor Humane Society Suzan Prendergast, the dogs and cats are now as far away from each other as possible, and the cats have their own condos.
She said the space also provides the public with easy access to see the animals as soon as they enter.
“New renovations to the facility, making it more accessible to the public, making a lot more space,” Prendergast said. “Actually, it works out well. We have more space to social distance. So the timing, I‘m glad that we did the renovation.”
There will be a limit of 10 guests allowed inside the building at a time on a first come, first served basis.
Everyone must wear masks, and they are encouraged to social distance.