Since founding our goal has been to build an animal center that will serve Hendricks County and Indiana. Not only do we rehabilitate and re-home animals in need, we also provide several free educational programs for students and adults. We offer mobile programs for those in underserved areas. We are able to do this because of caring people. We are 100% volunteer run. Our funds come from individual contributions, community support, fundraisers and grants. There are many ways to help make a difference in the lives of animals for years to come. Please see the different ways you can make an impact below. If you have questions, please contact our co-founder, Renee Harlor at 317-408-9202 or Renee@MistyEyes.org.
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The Excitement is Building
Phase One, Complete
Through the generous donation of Tom Scoggins Design, the oversight of Scott Butrum and our amazing volunteers Misty Eyes was able to complete phase one. This building will be used as our adoption center until the remaining buildings are complete, it will then serve as an intake area and office.
Phase Two, Kitty City - Coming 2021
Kitty City is the next building that will be built on the Misty Eyes campus. This building will have the capacity to house 50 cats. It will also have a protected outdoor area for cats and kittens to enjoy the fresh air. Inside you will find a laundry room, food prep area, medical exam room, quarantine room and maternity area. This building will allow us to save approximately 400 cats/kittens each year.
Phase Three, Canine Country
Canine Country will be built and connected to Kitty City. You will never see dogs in cages or kennels at Misty Eyes Animal Center, instead you will see them sharing comfy suites. This building will have the capacity to hold 50 dogs. It will also house a storage area, laundry room, food prep area, medical exam room, meet and greet area, quarantine room and maternity area.
Phase Four, Real Life Building & Education Hall
The final phase of our plan is an outdoor area known as our tranquilty gardens. This will be located toward the west end of our property and feature lovely walking paths, trees, benches and bird feeders. It will be available for volunteers to walk our current adoptable pets. It will also have open hours available to previous adopters only.
Phase Five, Tranquilty Gardens
Many of our dogs have never been in a home or have spent very little time in one. They are often scared of certain surfaces and lack house manners. This building will provide a variety of different experiences that will help train our great dogs. The education hall will feature an open training room, classroom, small auditorium, and library. We will offer year round programs for students. We will use this area to continue our mission of teaching responsible pet ownership and kindness toward all.
You Can Make a Big Impact
To help us achieve these goals please consider making a financial contribution. Perhaps you would like to leave a legacy with one of our naming opportunities. For more information please email or call 317-408-9202.
Since founding in 201l we have saved over 2,200 animals and reached over 1,200 students, delivering the message of responsible pet ownership and kindness toward all living things. We are able to do this because of people who care.
Our volunteers have donated over 10,000 hours each year. They have worked tirelessly to raise funds to care for animals and to build a facility. Our supporters have donated professional services and funds to help us reach our goals. While words don't seem to adequately express our gratitude we hope the eyes of the animals we have saved show the difference you have made.
To help us celebrate nine years please consider a donation of $9. Your support makes a huge difference in the life of an animal. We cannot do this without you. Please click here to make a donation. Your support is life changing.