LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB Fox 41) -- The newest Louisville Metro facility is turning out to be a real Animal House.

That's what this new $2.6 million Metro Animal Services adoption center is being called.

The "pet tags" were cut on the new center this morning.

The new building gives the agency more room to show off the pets up for adoption and makes it easier to adopt a pet.

"It was only appropriate that we call it the Animal House to be able to put a smile on people's faces as they walk in this facility and engage with our workers and our volunteers who work so hard," said Louisville Mayor Jerry Abramson.

This location was chosen for the center because it's located in the center of the city.