COOPERSTOWN (WBNG) -- After months of hard work, the new Susquehanna SPCA site is making noticeable construction progress.
The brand new shelter will be right up the road from its current one in Cooperstown.
This new facility will move the shelter, which cares for countless animals, out of the floodplain they're currently in.
The shelter says the new site will feature sound proofing for dog kennels, more privacy for high energy dogs and a specialized air ventilation system to enable even better care.
While the shelter hopes to be finished with the project in about a year, they say the animals still need your help.
To donate to the $5 million project, click here.