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Animal Shelter of Northeast Nebraska changes plans


The Animal Shelter of Northeast Nebraska is changing its plans to build a new facility.

They now plan to buy an existing building.

Shelter officials announced that they've purchased the Norfolk Hatchery building off of East Omaha Ave.

Shelter officials say that the building gives the shelter plenty of room to grow.

The initial plans for the building is to house 35 cats and 35 dogs.

The shelter is currently running without a building on a foster home only basis.

The Animal Shelter plans to move into the building in mid August.

Shelter officials say that they are going to continue their $1.5-millon dollar campaign for the overall project with the funds being used to renovate the building and create an endowment for future needs.

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