Humane Society says budget is back on track | News
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - The Montgomery County Humane Society says after help from the community and the county, they're now back on track.
That's a major improvement from November when the shelter said it was broke - with approximately $50,000 in debt.
Directors were forced to go to the Montgomery County Commission to ask for help at the end of last year. The County Commission was able to increase the Humane Society's Budget.
With the county's help and with more than $20,000 raised in December with the shelter's Christmas fundraisers, the shelter says it's back on track.
Officials say now they're preparing for the summer months when animal intake is typically higher. And, the shelter hopes to see the new city dog park at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival completed in March with a grand opening party in April.