IndyHumane will Monday reopen the doors of its newly-rebranded IndyHumane Downtown Clinic. The facility was formerly known as the IndyHumane Animal Welfare Center and the rebrand was funded by a grant from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust.
Funding from the grant will also help the organization pay for spay/neuter operational support. IndyHumane says the clinic is located in an area of the city that has been identified as one of the most in need of animal welfare services.
The clinic does not house animals for adoption, accept animals for owner surrender, or take in strays. The services provided at IndyHumane Downtown Clinic aim to make Indy a safer city through targeted, low-cost spay/neuter and vaccination efforts as well as low-cost pet care and supplies, according to the organization.
IndyHumane’s two locations serve approximately 10,000 animals annually.