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Redmond animal rescue's building was torn down, leaving them with no place to go

Cool Story - Redmond animal rescue's building was torn down, leaving them with no place to go

The building that houses the Motley Zoo Animal Rescue must be demolished by the City of Redmond due to structural problems, leaving the foster-based rescue without a place to go.

According to Executive Director Jme Thomas, building problems were discovered during the summer's air conditioning repairs, which caused the city to declare the building dangerous. It will be destroyed in January.

We are praying for the best but preparing for the worse because the bulldozers are on their way, Thomas remarked.

Motley Zoo Animal Rescue has provided a distinctive line of animal services since 2009. According to the organization's website, the rescue and its foster homes work with animals who would otherwise be put to sleep at a shelter to address their problems and finally find the animals a compatible adoption so they can live "happily ever after."

To raise money to further its goal, the rescue also provides "Rock Star Treatment Services" such as dog daycare and training. Additionally, public donations aid in funding the rescue.

Staff members are also working on liquidating goods because the Redmond facility also functions as the storage for the rescue.

"It's desperate, and we know there's a solution out there," said Thomas. "We have nowhere to go and nowhere to keep things."

Even Redmond's mayor, according to Thomas, takes her dog to the rescue in appreciation for the services they offer, and the community was upset by the decision.

Unfortunately, the city doesn't have any clear possibilities for us to relocate, so we are seeking and hoping, said Thomas. "We know the city is upset as well.”

The quest for a new place has become more challenging as a result of rising rent and dog-related regulations.

The non-innovative profit rescue concept depends on devoted volunteers to function. Pam has volunteered for many years and claims that she feels proud knowing that she helps to save lives.

At least 4,000, and that's a major deal! As a result, we currently have a program but no place to live.

While feverishly packing for an undetermined transfer, the staff of Motley Zoo Animal Rescue is liquidating their inventory of pet supplies, products, and equipment. Before the year is through, they are hopeful a hero posing as a landlord would intervene.

Visit the rescue's website to give, buy things, or volunteer.

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