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8,900 Square-Foot Voorhees Animal Orphanage Opens

VOORHEES TOWNSHIP NJ--Freeholder Barbara Holcomb joined Voorhees Township Mayor Michael R. Mignogna and community leaders committed to the humane treatment of animals for a special leash-cutting ceremony celebrating the opening of the new, 8,900 square-foot facility. Guests were treated to a celebratory dog parade following the leash cutting.

“This is a tremendous development for the more than 1,500 animals served by the VAO each year, who will now have more space and more comfortable accommodations while they wait for their new family,” Holcomb said. “We hope that by expanding its capacity, VAO is able to help even more animals find a loving, forever home.”

The new facility will feature increased capacity and larger accommodations for dogs and cats, meet and greet areas for pets and families, an indoor exercise room, and more.

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