The Safford Memorial Animal Care and Adoption Center, also known as Pine Ridge, will be renovated to better provide facilities and care for its animals, according to the Boston Globe.
The rescue center is a part of the Animal Rescue League of Boston and the renovation will be spear-headed by ARQ Architects, a firm with expertise in designing animal shelters.
Those interested in viewing designs for the proposed renovation can attend free information sessions at the shelter, with free parking provided at the Noble and Greenough School.
The president of the Animal Rescue League of Boston (ARLB), John J. Bowen, as well as representatives from the architecture firm and other animal rescue
league officers will speak at three sessions scheduled for April 2.
The ARLB often rescues dogs and cats stranded in and around the Boston area. It is a non-profit dedicated to ending animal suffering, cruelty and abandonment, according to its website.