THE DESIGN

SHELTER

PLANS

An expanded, modern facility will positively impact the animals in our care and shelter visitors, staff and volunteers alike. Cats and dogs will have dedicated habitats designed to reduce stress and allow for socialization. The visitors and staff will have adoption meeting spaces, and volunteers will be able to move more freely to assist with shelter needs. Below are the proposed renderings* to achieve these goals.

For more information, please contact Executive Director Nancy King at 707.996.9982 x102 or visit petslifeline.org.

EXTERIOR

BEFORE

  • Drab and Unwelcoming 

  • Cluttered with Trailers and Sheds 

  • Limited Makeshift Landscaping 

  • Only 2475 sq ft of dog play and run area 

AFTER

  • Beautiful, modern, welcoming 

  • Design Integrated with current building 

  • Professionally Landscaped 

  • Dual runs/play areas 3150/650 sq ft 

INTERIOR

BEFORE

Reception

Adoptions

Canine Habitat 

Canine Training

Cattery

Veterinary

Education

Emergencies

  • 198 Sq Ft cramped 

  • Trailer for meet / greet

     

  • 13 Chain Link Dog Kennels
    (separate indoor / outdoor) 

     

  • Outside Dog Yard (weather permitting / after hours) 
     

  • 2 Community Cat Rooms

  • 14 Cage Intake Rooms

  • Tuff Shed for ferals 
     

  • 160 sq ft

  • Single Trailer for exam, surgery, recovery
     

  • Summer Only Outdoor Area
     

  • Limited Space to Handle 

AFTER

  • 960 sq ft w separate Cat / Dog counters 
     

  • Two Meet and Greet Rooms

  • Adoptee Interview Conference Room 
     

  • 20 indoor/outdoor connected kennels

  • Outdoor Dog Adoption Garden 
     

  • Indoor classrooms with attached courtyard – year round all day 
     

  • 8 Community Cat Rooms 

  • 20 Cage Intake Rooms 

  • Dedicated Feral Room 
     

  • 1375 sq ft 

  • Clinic w/ separate rooms for intake, isolation, exam surgery, prep, recovery 
     

  • 625 sq ft year round classroom /garden 
     

  • Flexible classrooms and vet clinic 

The new Pets Lifeline with a newly constructed two-story prefab metal building attached to our existing footprint for one unified campus.

Front entry

Facility side view

First floor - Receptionist area and hallway with view of canine agility area.

First floor - Expanded reception area to welcome the public.

First floor - Multi-purpose rooms that can be used as co-located shelter for pets and people.

First floor - Indoor/outdoor dog runs for our precious pooches.

Second floor - Upstairs reception for cat adoption and large cat condo with a catio.

Second floor - Upstairs catio area

*Renderings and floor plans are for concept review only and subject to change
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PETS LIFELINE

Mailing Address

PO Box 341
Sonoma, CA 95476

Temporary Location

21045 Broadway

Sonoma, CA 95476

Open: Thu-Sun, 11am-5pm

Closed: Mon-Wed

707.996.4577

info@petslifeline.org

We are a 501(c)3 nonprofit. Our Federal tax ID is #94-2851279

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