The Stevenson Center began construction on its 3,300 sq. ft. second addition to the original building in July of 2012. The date of completion was March of 2013. The total space of the center after the newest addition is ~11,000 sq. ft.
The Stevenson Center received its first resident pets in 1993. Since that time, the number of pets enrolled in the program has grown rapidly, making it necessary for us to expand our facility. The center has received approximately $685,000 in gifts and matching funds for the construction of the new addition. Construction of the new building began in November of 2003 and was completed in August of 2004.
You have no one to care for your beloved pet after you have passed on. This unique home for animals is dedicated to meeting that need. Enrolling your pet with your planned gift endowment will assure excellent care for the life of your pet.
This floor plan gives a view of the new 3,500 sq. ft. addition to the Stevenson Center. The new building provides additional living space for student residents and pet residents. The center now has 8,300 sq. ft. of space to house approximately 60 dogs, cats, and birds.
New building addition completed
Photos of building dedication Oct. 1, 2004
Madlin Stevenson’s niece, Mattie Stevenson, with Madlin’s dog, Baby, leads the procession through the new building at the dedication.