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Defending abused, neglected and mistreated animals in Louisiana since 1988.
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Patricia Pessar
· September 6, 2016
Please donate to the Humane Society of Louisiana!! They are the voice for the homeless, abused, neglected animals in desperate need, especially now in light of ...the recent flood which left so many homeless, hungry, lost, and injured, many of whom lost their lives. Please help the HSLA help them!! With your help we can give these animals a second chance. Our new shelter in Amite, LA needs volunteers and donations to turn the lives of these animals around !
Please go to the website of Humane Society of Louisiana and give them your support.
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Juliana Ackil
· December 28, 2016
This non profit is the real deal. Jeff and Dana have given up their lives to promote compassion to animals. All money goes directly to helping animals all the time.
Margo Gresham
· February 2, 2017
HSLA is a godsend to the animals of Louisiana! I have worked alongside them on several disaster deployments and their skilland compassion have no limits!
Kelly Elizabeth LaCrosse
· August 18, 2016
Amazingly hard working, compassionate animal lovers that have done far too much good work for me to list it all here!
Heather Leonard
· November 7, 2015
Dana and Jeff have given countless unpaid hours (and years) of their lives to care for any animal in need. Whenever there is an issue in even the most gruesome ...cases of animal neglect or abuse, they are on the scene. The HS of LA is the real deal and any and all donations you give them will go directly to the animals. See More
Judith Newman
· May 4, 2016
I've been a supporter of HSL almost since its inception. I've volunteered at times and supported them financially because I believe they are doing invaluable w...ork. Someone needs to stand up for animals that are neglected and abused, and they work tirelessly to achieve this. They've had some tough breaks, especially last fall with the fire that destroyed one of their buildings, but they've managed to press on and do their wonderful work in spite of adversity. That takes dedication and hard work. Five stars all the way for this organization. See More
LeAnn Mcneese Graham
· March 3, 2016
i love HSL i worked a year at the one located in mississippi. ive always loved animals it was a great joy and pride to be part of something so great . i ve had ...some of my most happiest and over joyed moments there. Then some of my mad ,saddest, and just in shock at what all humans have caused these innocent angels to endure . im thankful that this exist to help . any donation help HSL would be appericated from all the sweet innocent fur babies . without donations to keep this orgnazaion going so many innocent fur babies will no longer have that chance they deserve. wonderful ,hard working, dedicated , that scarfice to keep this going . love u all ( johana , jess, & court ) just a few of the great peps. See More
Courtney Chandel
· December 30, 2015
The hardest-working and most under-funded animal welfare organization I've seen. But they amazingly get the jobs done. And they really care.

Dog fighting, educ...ation, animal transport, pulling from shelters, cruelty cases, they do it all.

If you are looking to support an animal welfare organization, this one will give the most bang for the buck, feel free to look up their credentials!
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Sally Pierce
· August 21, 2016
HSL is a great organization. I have supported them for many years.
Kris Foley McCann
· June 22, 2015
These people give do a wonderful job with no gov't funding - it's hard, tireless, never-ending work. I worked with them prior to Katrina, but although I've move... away, I still donate to them - they do a great job! To those who gave this rescue group a low score - how about some text to explain why??? If there's an issue, you could give them a chance to correct it, or do you just like to complain - we'd like to know... See More
Michele Lambert
· October 28, 2015
These people are truly selfless. I met them because I had a desperate need to help a dying cat. After calling other groups to no avail, Angela Hill directed me Jeff Dorson with HSLA. His immediate response was where and when. He said "I will get as many people as I can today and meet you there. " How could you not love that. No questions just what can I do for you. Love these people. See More
Sonia Meadows
· August 19, 2016
I volunteered with HSLA after Katrina, and I've never met a more determined, devoted, and inspiring group of people. If you want to be sure your support is going to help animals, this is the group to support. All my respect.
Carmela Ewing
· August 24, 2016
They do incredible work. Thank you Louisiana Angels for the Animals.
E.j. MacDonell Taylor
· March 6, 2016
Jeff and Dana are amazing. Having to rebuild after Katrina and continuing the rescue and care of so many animals in need is who they are..Great job
Ashley Geoghegan
· February 5, 2016
HSL is a wonderful organization run by committed and compassionate people. They are never afraid to step in and defend the voiceless. I am a proud supporter... Everyone should join
Jill Deegan
· March 14, 2016
One of the best animal welfare groups I've had the honor and pleasure of working with.
Kenneth S Thompson
· December 28, 2014
What a wonderful group hard working people fighting for animals right to live and have a good safe and loving home of there own God bless y'all Lots of Love to ya my good friends.
Wanda Sue Cook
· March 10, 2014
Someone should do something about this people throwing dead dogs in ditches. I post a picture of it on here but don't know where it went.
Brandy Labiche
· October 30, 2015
Honored to be part of such an amazing inspirational group of people that truly do make a difference, one life at a time.
Thank you all for your diligence in seeing the truth in EVERY LIFE MATTERS!
Pat Good
· March 12, 2014
Such a wonderful group of committed people out to make the lives of all animals better, and save those who have been abused, neglected, or abandoned.
Humane Society of LA: Flood Relief 2016
Got the Monday blues? How about some puppy cuteness, just filmed on the road on our latest transport? Best wishes to Winston and the rest of our adoptees for a safe trip north and for their happily-ever-afters.
Animal Services Director, Johnna Harris, is in Franklin parish today, bringing the former shelter dogs in to vet appointments and preparing them for transport. She just sent us this video from the road. It appears we now have some 'Franklin kitties' too. Johnna says their Mom was hit by a car last night, so she's taking care of them now. She'll bring the orphans back to our sanctuary for adoption.
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February 27th - Update from the Humane of Louisiana. Kindly share.

Woof! Woof! Just a few days left for our matching funds challenge for vet bills. Perfect time to give, when donations are doubled. Just a few hundred dollars needed to get to $3000. #HumaneLA #HumaneSocietyofLouisiana Click here to help:…

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We're sooo close to reaching our Humane Society of Louisiana goal for vet bills, with the deadline fast approaching March 5th. A kind donor has sweetened the d...eal so all gifts to $3000 will be matched. A great time to support the little ones, if you can!… #HumaneLA Jessica Cameron Johnna Harris

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From the Humane Society of Louisiana - Breaking news out of the town of Angie, Washington Parish. Five black lab puppies have been found shot to death in the with small caliber bullets, last Sunday, February 19th. The puppies were found by a local rescuer near the intersection of Monroe Creek Road and Franklin Kennedy Road.

After discovering the puppies and giving them food and a blanket, local rescuers returned to the scene to remove them and found them shot to death. Several individuals and our humane society have set up a reward fund that now stands at more than $2,000.00. Any one with information that leads to the arrest of those responsible is eligible to receive this reward. Detective Demmi Rice of the Washington Parish Sheriff's Office is leading this investigation. Detective Rice can be reached by calling 985-839-3434 x 2004 or by email at Kindly cross post. The Humane Society of Louisiana plans to distribute fliers in the area where the puppies were found within the next few days to inform the residents of this crime, of this reward and urge any one with information about this criminal activity to come forward. We encourage everyone to help us identify and locate the perpetrator(s) of this crime.

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Upcoming 'Pet CPR and and First Aid Certification' class at Clearview Mall in Metairie, presented by Pet Emergency Education. Looks like a great educational opportunity!

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95 people interested · 9 people going
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Update for February 18th from the Humane Society of Louisiana. Please share this video to help us spread the word.

The Humane Society of Louisiana is seeking volunteers to help at this Sunday's Krewe of Barkus parade. Volunteers are needed from either 8 am - noon or noon to ...4 pm. To register and get your official Barkus volunteer t-shirt, please sign in at the volunteer registration table in front of Louis Armstrong Park in the French Quarter in New Orleans (bring money for parking) and list our society as the group you represent. Additional details here:

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Come Experience the Krewe of Barkus in New Orleans for the ultimate Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans for dogs. The Krewe of Barkus in New Orleans.

THURS FEB 16: Join the Humane Society of Louisiana krewe for 'Yappy Hour' at the The Bulldog, Mid-City. 20% of all proceeds will support our programs. #NOLA friends, please share and come have a drink with us for a great cause! #HumaneLA #HumaneSocietyofLouisiana #YappyHour #HappyHour

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It's not too late to sponsor a heart on our 'Wall of Love' to honor that special someone or memorialize a beloved person or pet. Spread a little Valentine's Day love to animals in need here:

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Humane Society of Louisiana's Jessica Cameron is on the road with another #TransPUPtation transport - a lifeline for area animals in need. Thanks to all the volunteers, rescues and shelters who work with us day in, day out to get these special angels to loving homes. Thank to our donors who keep us operating programs like these! #HumaneLA #HumaneSocietyofLouisiana

Jessica Cameron added 11 new photos — with Theresa Foreman Johnston and Nancy Gordon Lazenby.

Heading out with a load of cuties!! Memphis here we come! These babies will be headed to New York and Illinois from there. We have pups from Denham Springs Shelter, Dog People of Livingston, PALS, Mccomb Animal Shelter, Cara's House, Walking in the Sun, Humane Society of La and Magnolia Animal Shelter. Rescues helping rescues and getting it done! THANKS to ASAP for sponsoring these lucky pups!! #ItTakesaVillage #humanela #humanesocietyoflouisiana #TransPUPtation #ASAP

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Weekly update from the Investigations Department of the Humane Society of Louisiana

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Update from the Humane Society of Louisiana - Breaking news from Livingston Parish: Suspect caught and charged with aggravated cruelty to animals. Additional details here:

<p>DENHAM SPRINGS, LA (WAFB) - A Denham Springs woman was arrested for allegedly leaving 14 dogs in her home during the <a href="
On Wednesday, February 8th, Officer Rhonda Squyres of the Jonesville Police Department responded to a report of a canine tied up in front of an abandoned residence, located at 805 Division Street. Once on site, it was obvious that the dog had been neglected and without food for a long time (there wa...

Why not give a #valentine that helps end crueltly to animals? Place a heart on our 'Wall of Love" and dedicate it to your sweetheart. For a minimum $5 donation, your love can save lives: honor someone special; make a memorial contribution or just show your support. Please share, help us spread the love, and help us reach our campaign goal! #HumaneLA #HumaneSocietyofLouisiana #animalrescue #dogs #cats #horses

Please help! Animals are suffering in rural Louisiana. Our cruelty crime fighters can save them but need more support in the field to respond to cries for help.