It could be sometime in the next few weeks.

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The current building is over 100 years old and was once a piggery farm and has obviously seen better days.

The Cocheco Valley Humane Society also has to make use of temporary trailers that don't have indoor plumbing so water has to be brought in.

In a article at Fosters.com:

 The new space will allow the humane society to bring back spay/neuter clinics, it will also allow for a behavioral room, a recovery room for community dogs after surgery as well as space to hold community activities like birthday parties. There are also plans to expand the food pantry for those who struggle with feeding their best friends.

This is a long time coming for an organization that started over 30 years ago and has done an extreme amount of wonderful work in all of those years.