MONTGOMERY: Homeless animals now have a new home thanks to SAVE (With multiple photos)

By Philip Sean Curran, Staff Writer
SAVE, A Friend to Homeless Animals marked the next phase of its 75-year-history by leaving Princeton and relocating to a new animal shelter and administrative office in Montgomery this week.
Executive Director Piper H. Burrows joined others Friday at a ribbon cutting in front of the 10,000-square-foot shelter that dogs and cats are calling home. In remarks, she said her organization has built “the best temporary home for homeless dogs and cats” and positioned itself “to become a model animal shelter for the state of New Jersey and the region.”
The shelter sits on 10 acres, off Route 601. The property includes the historic 19th-century Van Zandt house that will serve as the administrative office of the organization.
In all, the shelter will have room to house 100 dogs and cats and have “ample space for visitors and volunteers,” she said.
The organization left Herrontown Road, in Princeton.