NASCAR driver helps establish N.C. shelter
Friends of the Animals, a non-profit group in North Carolina chaired by NASCAR driver Greg Biffle and his wife, plans to build a 1.5-acre no-kill animal and education center on the shore of Lake Norman in Iredell.
The center, which will include a low-cost spay and neuter clinic, will be in the planned $800 million Langtree at the Lake community off Interstate 77, according to Thatsracin.com.
Friends of the Animals hopes the center will open within two years.
The animal sanctuary will house 60 cats and 90 dogs that will be available for adoption.
The Langtree Group, a land development company, is allowing Friends of the Animals to use green space in the development for a community dog park and walking trails.
“Friends of the Animals searched for several years to find a location that would be easy for the public to access,” said Nicole Biffle, president of the Friends of the Animals’ board or directors. “ If the location is easy and friendly, we know it will increase adoptions and spay/ neuters for the animals.”
NASCAR driver Greg Biffle founded the Greg Biffle Foundation in 2005 to serve as an advocate to animals.
Posted by John Woestendiek March 31st, 2010 under Muttsblog.
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