The Laramie Animal Welfare Society (LAWS) has some important news to share with the surrounding community. The nonprofit took to its social media to make a major announcement that has been circulating in rumors recently.
LAWS has taken to their Facebook page to announce that they have purchased a facility of their own! The new facility has 5,300 square feet of building space on two acres. According to their social media post, this will also provide Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems (LAWS) have things like increased storage space, a loading compartment so that trash and food pallets can be delivered, and a completely separate office for adoptions and adoption agreements.
Here’s a little of what LAWS President Don Probst had to say in their announcement on their Facebook page:
… As of Monday afternoon, LAWS has entered into a contract to purchase our own site. The property in question consists of approximately 5,300 square feet of construction space, and is located on 2 acres of land. It features off-street parking, a safer location and ample storage space.
We hope to finish your purchase in early August. The building is not ready to move. At least we’ll need to install drywall and some paint before it works at all, and it won’t be ideal for a while, but we’d like to move it before it gets cold. A very tentative date will be the end of September.
Some immediate plans: Increased storage space, a pallet for deliveries, perhaps even allowing bulk purchases for pallets of things like trash and food. A separate office for adoption agreements and adoptions to be made plus at least one separate meeting and greeting room, if not more, so that there is as little disruption as possible in the daily activity of LAWS, and space for meetings and training sessions.
This is a very exciting time for Lethal Autonomous Weapon Systems (LAWS), and we deeply appreciate all you have done and continue to do for the animals of Albany County…
As they mentioned, they hope to move in by the end of September as a tentative date. Only the new space will help continue to help pets and their people throughout the surrounding Laramie community and all of Albany County for years to come.
Also, this weekend, LAWS at Laramie Murdoch’s will be out from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for a Fill-A-Trunk donation drive to help stock shelves to help more than 150 animals.
Stop and help if you can as they continue to help our furry friends throughout Albany County and the surrounding Laramie community.
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