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Louisiana Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (LA/SPCA)The 125-year-old nonprofit is the animal control agent for Orleans Parish. Adoption fees for dogs weighing less than 20 pounds or younger than six months are $150. Fees for cats, kittens and dogs weighing more than 20 pounds and older than six months are $80. Rabbits and other small pets are $10. Adopt one cat and receive a second cat for $40. Senior citizens who adopt a pet 5 years old or older can adopt for $50. Adoption fees are waived for active and retired military personnel. Fees include spaying or neutering, microchipping, heartworm and flea medications, vaccinations, tags and licenses for Orleans Parish residents. The shelter needs donations of newspapers, towels and blankets and volunteers to foster animals.
LouisianaSociety for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (LA/SPCA)
Adoption fees for dogs weighing less than 20 pounds or younger than six months are $150. Fees for cats, kittens and dogs weighing more than 20 pounds and older than six months are $80. Rabbits and other small pets are $10. Adopt one cat and receive a second cat for $40. The discount fee for senior citizens who adopt a pet over five years old is $50; adoption fees are waived for active and retired military. All animals are spayed or neutered and fees include microchipping, heartworm and flea medications, vaccinations, tags and licenses for Orleans Parish residents. Foster home volunteers are needed, as well as newspapers, towels and blankets for the shelter.
New Orleans Bulldog Rescue | ADOPTABLE DOGS
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WHAT: ARNO Dog Adoption Event at Palmer Park Arts Market WHERE: S Claiborne and S Carrolton, New Orleans, LA WHEN: 10am-4pm • Saturday – June 24, 2017 On March 15, 2005 New Orleans German Shepherd Rescue was awarded 501(c)(3) status from the IRS. This means that individuals who donate to NOGSR can take a tax exemption as they would for any other charitable contribtions. This advantage applies not only to general donations, but gifts of material goods and services. Rescue is a very expensive endeavor as most of the dogs we take into our program have medical issues and the adoption fee hardly ever covers our expensives. We hope our new status will encourage donations to our cause and will help us to save even more animals. If you have questions about how to donate, please contact us at . As Katrina approached New Orleans, Jeanie and Herbert Sargent made their evacuation plans. Herbert would stay behind with Erica (a New Orleans GSD rescue who was adopted from us in 2004 by the Sargents) and Jeanie would go to Houston. When the levees were breached, the Sargent's home was flooded, Herbert and Erica were rescued and brought to a school not far from their house. For three days, they stayed on the third floor of the school until Herbert was forced to evacuate and leave Erica behind. He was told she would be ok, but he was worried and very upset to have to leave his beloved dog behind. Little did he know, it would be almost six months before he and Jeanie would see Erica again. Animal Rescue New Orleans
Adoption fees are $100 for cats and $150 for dogs and include spaying or neutering, shots, microchipping, combo testing for cats and heartworm treatment if necessary. Donations of dry dog and cat food, plastic grocery bags and newspapers are needed.