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New Humane Society

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If you haven't been by the new Humane Society building, you should check it out. Incredible space, with great detail level. :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup: The old Humane Society building, which was pretty darn nice, will remain the county Humane Society. This new building is the city Humane Soceity.

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Cool! I am especially fond of the logo. Very creative with the dog collar in the shape of a G! :shades:

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The sole occupant of their former home on Furman Hall Road is Greenville County's animal shelter, which is far from equivalent to the Humane Society. Thousands of animals are killed at the County's "shelter" each year. The Humane Society is a no-kill facility with very high standards and services. You can't simply walk in and adopt any animal at the new facility.

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The sole occupant of their former home on Furman Hall Road is Greenville County's animal shelter, which is far from equivalent to the Humane Society. Thousands of animals are killed at the County's "shelter" each year. The Humane Society is a no-kill facility with very high standards and services. You can't simply walk in and adopt any animal at the new facility.

The new city Humane Society is much like CCA, another no kill shelter off Fork Shoals. Much like CCA, you will be "interviewed" to make sure you are a fit parent, before being able to adopt at the city Humane Society.

I thought the county shelter was no kill as well.....thanks for noting this.

Cool! I am especially fond of the logo. Very creative with the dog collar in the shape of a G! :shades:

Agreed. :thumbsup::thumbsup: Would love to know what firm did the design / branding. Anyone know?

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I have a friend on their Board. The logo, building exterior and building interiors (which are apparently also really cool) were all done by Erwin Penland pro bono.

Thanks. EP did a great job! :thumbsup::thumbsup:

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