OUR BIG NEWS: Thanks to a very generous supporter, who has made a considerable donation for a down payment, the Humane Society of Louisiana will soon purchase a 47 acre property in Mt. Hermon, Louisiana, for a new animal sanctuary. We'll be able to significantly expand our efforts to rescue abused and neglected horses and other large animals, in addition to operating our programs to help companion animals.
Pollyanna and Pixie were recently rescued. We will be able to save more large animals from abuse and neglect at our new sanctuary. Stay tuned for more details!
Since Katrina, we've been caring for animals in Tylertown, Mississippi, where we evacuated before the hurricane. With the purchase of this new sanctuary land, we will start a new chapter in our history, as we return major operations back to Louisiana. Over time, we'll convert our smaller Tylertown site back to a hurricane evacuation center for animal rescue groups in the metro New Orleans area, as originally intended.
MORE NEWS: This January, we're opening our first campaign office in New Orleans since Katrina at the New Orleans Healing Center on St. Claude Avenue. Having a local headquarters will help us significantly expand our programs, like humane education, cruelty prevention and foster care/volunteer and adoption programs.
Because of some very generous gifts from our major donors, we have been able to get these projects underway...but we NEED your help to make our vision a reality! PleaseDONATE if you can.
Help us make our 25th anniversary year our best year ever! Thanks so much for caring
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My muse... Remy
April 28, 1995 - January 27, 2008
New Orleans Pet Care - Lagniappe
A few years ago, one of my team members suggested that we add a permanent blog to our web site. As you may know, we do have an interactive Emergency Page that we use during Hurricane Season if necessary.
This sounded like a fantastic way to share information, ideas, photographs, stories, etc!
I started working on it just before Remy was diagnosed with cancer... and on March 27, 2008 (two months after he died) I started working on it again.
Nicole Douget Owner & Operator New Orleans Pet Care
I love this company with all that I have... And we give it our all. This is my passion, not my hobby... Remy's legacy leads me to continue our work here... not only with excellent pet care but it also affords me the opportunity to support the rescue/transport organizations that are so important to me. We will continue to differentiate ourselves by making sure we have a full team... ready to go everyday. We will never take vacation, we are 24/7, 365 days... we will be there when you can't. We love them like you love them. We always have and we always will!