The Animal Services Division at Missouri City unveiled the renovated animal shelter Nov. 16 at 1923 Scanlin Road, according to a Nov. 17 news release from the city.

The Animal Services Division is responsible for caring for animals, facilitating adoptions, enforcing animal welfare laws and educating the public about responsible pet ownership, according to city officials.

The details

The $210,224 renovations to the shelter, according to the release, included both interior and exterior enhancements, such as:
  • Fresh paint of the interior and front of the building
  • New lobby furniture
  • New laundry facility
  • Soundproof walls
  • New storage space
  • Installation of double gates
What they’re saying

"Since I can remember, the Missouri City council members have been supporting this cause. I want to recognize the staff and the volunteers," Missouri City Mayor Robin L. Elackatt said in the release.