Building on Care and Compassion:


New Shelter Construction Pictures

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Russell Rufer and his daughter, Bri, of Rufer & Son Excavating backfill the footings of the new 13,824 square foot building.

Lovelace Pump Co. puts in the water line for the new shelter.




Work on the new shelter continues as Double G Concrete pours the floors.




Monroe Heating and Sheet Metal laying the hot water coils for the infloor heat in the dog kennel area.






Stan, Dan & Kent Purdue of Purdue Masonry are building a block fire wall.

The building trusses arrive.

Carter Machine Works sets the first truss.

The interior has been framed.

The new shelter takes shape as the trusses are set and Bruni Miller Construction applies feltex to the roof.

The shelter is really starting to come together.

Bruni Miller Construction finishes off the roof with a ridge vent.


 Metal siding is applied to the shelter exterior.


Foam insulation is added to keep the animals warm.

Drywall arrives for new shelter.


Look for our new sign at the entrance of the Pleasant View Complex on Hwy 81, just north of Monroe.

The GCHS dogs will enjoy their new double length kennels and heated floors!

The GCHS cats will have room to jump up and down on the different levels of their new cat condos.