ARK, Animal Rescue After Katrina
Donate To NOLA Independent Rescue
Key NOLA rescuers, Katrina evacuees themselves, pay for trap-neuter-release (TNR), medical, adopt/transport, rescue, food/water.
ARNO & Independents
P.O. Box 55284 /&nbsnbsp; Metairie, LA 70055-5284
Lakeview Cats Roaming
333 Vinet Ave / Jefferson, LA 70121
Plaquemines Cat Action Team
102 A Omega / Belle Chase, LA 70037
Donate Via Kinship Circle
, a 501c3 nonprofit charity, has arranged to accept donations on behalf of NOLA rescuers.
or Donate By Mail
Kinship Circle Disaster Aid Fund
7380 Kingsbury Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63130
State which NOLA rescuer your donation goes to.
Urgent, Feeders In Section F
Reply To: Maria Alvarez, 504-512-0306
Stewardship For Strays, email@example.com
5/5/07 ~ Feeder needed to take over Section F. Major bounding streets are Bullard to Parish Road and Morrison to Hayne Boulevard in New Orleans.
48 stations need food/water weekly. At some stations, cats wait by empty boxes and water pans from prior week. It is with sad regret that I no longer can do it. Hungry and thirsty animals thank you!
Roicy Animal Control: Help Post Flyers And Foster Animals
Roicy Duhon Animal Control
613 W. Pont des Mouton
Lafayette, LA (Off North University or I-49 N to Carencro)
337-291-5645, fax: 337-291-7051
See Roicy Animals: acadiana.petfinder.com
Roicy Duhon Animal Control is a rabies control (vs. adoption) facility in Lafayette Parish. They kill by gas twice weekly. All animals are on death row.
Cat adoptions are very low.
Without rescues such as AHS, the cats wouldn't have a chance, especially adults. Many wonderful mature cats are in need of good homes. Girly Girl
is super friendly and rubs her head against your hand to give herself a massage. She is already spayed! The Tortie
is another very friendly cat with beautiful black fur and rust highlights. The black/white Tux kitty
is a really loving cat as is the big Tabby with the pink nose
. Two litters of Tabby babies
remain as well.
A black Tabby
just grabs your heart with his sweet disposition.This week there is a Siamese kitten
, Russian Blue mix kitten
, and gray and brown tabby babies
Poor Smokey, a female Russian Blue
, is the heartbreak story this week. Smokey's disabled homeless guaridan tearfully surrendered her when he realized she needed to get vaccinations and he couldn't afford to care for her properly. He loved her but was unable to provide for her. Please help make this man's wish come true: for Smokey to find a new loving home.
Last week was pretty good for dog adoption/rescue but kennels are full once again. Hold overs include a darling Min Pin
who sits on his hind legs just waiting to learn new tricks; a light brown Catahoula Terrier baby
with unusual blue markings and a darling face; and Loving Look, a little Terrier mix
who is a bit shy but already coming around with a soft pat and kind words.
A medium size Terrier mix
who seems to have Husky markings without the longer fur has a great personality and is about 40 lbs of love. Poor Mitch is a Chocolate Lab only 4 months old
. There are 2 new Black Lab pups
and one is so depressed he'll hardly even get up to to be petted. How tragic.
Another small Poodle, cinnamon colored
, will be a gem with a good bath and haircut. A very pretty young Husky Shep mix
picked up as a stray would make a great family pet. A very sweet but shy, scared Sheltie Terrier mix
is a great little dog waiting for someone to love her. A Basset Lab mix
looks like a red Basset with a white chest, a great dog with very unusual coloring.
And last, but certainly not least, an adult Chocolate Lab
who knows commands, so has some training. Now he just needs someone to love him. Thanks to all who get the word out about these animals.