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Rabbit Shelters in Louisiana by Name   (Page 1 of 1)

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Org # 2167 FosterHomesRescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

All Creatures Rescue

All Creature's Rescue is a non-profit, all volunteer group dedicated to helping homeless, abandoned and abused pets in the SW Louisiana area. We are a volunteer only group that operates through the loving care of our foster homes. We do not have a shelter to house our rescued friends, therefore we can only help those that we can place into the hands of our Foster Parents. All of our rescues are placed into the most secure and loving homes, nothing else will do! We specialize in the placements of our canine and feline friends but we will also assist in finding loving homes for Birds, Small Animals, and even Horses.
, Lake Charles LA US 70607
http://www.allcreaturesrescue.com Email: admin@allcreaturesrescue.com
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Org # 670 ShelterFosterHomes

Capital Area Animal Welfare Society

25 yrs old as no kill shelter, providing adoption days on Saturday and by appt on weekdays. Cats and dogs stay in shelter and foster homes when available. All animals are spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccinations, heartworm neg or put through treatment before adoption. Have a foster to adopt program.
6357 Quinn Dr., Baton Rouge LA US 70817 Ph:(225)752-5801
http://www.caaws.org Email: caawsmail@yahoo.com
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Org # 1667 FosterHomesPictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Capital Area Animal Welfare Society (CAAWS)

Capital Area Animal Welfare Society (CAAWS) is an all-volunteer non-profit humane society devoted to the prevention of animal suffering. CAAWS has been serving the people and animals of Baton Rouge since 1979 by placing cats and dogs in loving homes and educating the public about responsible pet ownership. CAAWS is not a shelter, but an adoption agency, which places animals in foster homes until they are adopted. In this way we try to prepare the animals for the experience of living in a home environment. We are a no-kill humane society. We also provide a service to the public by allowing people with unwanted animals to put their pets up for adoption at our facility. Potential adopters of both foster and public animals are thoroughly screened and interviewed before being allowed to adopt.
PO Box 77765, Baton Rouge LA US 70879 Ph:(225)752-5801
http://www.caaws.org Email: caawsmail@yahoo.com
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East Baton Rouge Parish Animal Control Center

Who We Are The East Baton Rouge Parish Animal Control Center is devoted to providing residents of our parish with accurate and helpful information about caring for and owning animals. Mission Statement To deliver professional animal control services based on sound law enforcement principles and to protect the public health and safety of the citizens of East Baton Rouge Parish through enforcement of both Title 14 of the City Parish Code of Ordinances and the state animal cruelty laws
2680 Progress Road, Baton Rouge LA US 70807 Ph:(225)774-7700Fax:(225)774-7876
http://www.petfinder.org/shelters/LA65.html Email: dcrawford@ci.baton-rouge.la.us
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Org # 9462 FosterHomesPictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Magic Happens Rabbit Rescue

Welcome to Magic Happens, a rabbit rescue in the Baton Rouge, Louisiana area. We take in unwanted rabbits and rehome them, as well as do educational visits to schools and events. Please browse our website to view adoptable pets, ways to help the rabbits here at the rescue, explore many helpful rabbit-care links, and enjoy some fun bun stuff too!
, Baton Rouge LA US 70816 Ph:(225)572-9735
http://www.magichappensrescue.com Email: Wendy@magichappensrescue.com
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Pet Adoption Services Inc

Pet Adoption Services, Inc. is a non-profit all breed cat and dog rescue organization in New Orleans. Supported by over 20 volunteer members, Pet Adoption Services was founded in 1996, although some of our members have been involved in rescue for as long as 20 years. Our mission is to secure loving permanent homes for homeless, abandoned or abused cats and dogs of all breeds. While awaiting adoption, our animals live in the homes of one of our foster parents. During this time the animals receive any necessary veterinary care, including but not limited to, vaccinations, spaying or neutering and perhaps heartworm treatment. Our experienced foster parents continually assess each pet's personality and temperament allowing us to place adoptable cats and dogs in just the right permanent home. Pet Adoption Services participates in adoption days during which time, potential adopters get the opportunity to meet and spend time with the animals in a "real life" situation. Pet Adoption Services holds several fundraisers throughout the calendar year so that we can continue to meet the needs of homeless animals. Generous donations by persons committed to the cause of animal rescue are also essential to our economic survival.
PO box 1522, Marrero LA US 70073
http://www.petadoptionservices.org Email: homes4pets@cox.net Email2: adoptarescue@cox.net
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Terrebonne Parish Animal Shelter

We are the animal shelter for Terrebonne Parish. We pick up stray animals throughout the parish and we accept unwanted pets from Terrebonne Parish residents. Strays picked up by animal control have SEVEN days in our shelter. Owner surrenders are kept according to how much space the shelter has at that point in time. The shelter is open from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday and closed on major holidays. Adoptions are based primarily on applications. We try to match the animal to the most suitable home. It then goes by first come (and approved), first adopt. Spay/Neuter deposits are as follows: Male Cats/Kittens are $15.00 Female Cats/Kittens are $25.00 Male Dogs/Puppies are $30.00 Female Dogs/Puppies are $35.00 This is only a deposit that will be credited towards the vet bill to have the animal spayed/neutered. New owners are responsible for the remainder of the vet bill at the time of spay/neuter. All adult animals must be spayed/neutered within 30 days of adoption and all puppies/kittens must be spayed/neutered when of proper age (5-6 months). The new owner must take the animal to the vet within 3 days of adoption for a vet check and vaccinations for the animal. Most of the animals have not been seen by a vet because the shelter has no veterinarian on staff. Also, a $2.00 licensing fee will apply to each animal adopted.
131 Plant Rd., Houma LA US 70363 Ph:(985)873-6709Fax:(985)580-8150
http://www.petfinder.org/shelters/LA109.html Email: vrobinson@tpcg.org Email2: brodriguez@tpcg.org
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Found 7 matches in Louisiana
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