Lovely Vanessa (ID # EO-11-19-07) is a sweet girl. This small female brown tabby looks forward to the good life with a loving family. If you are ready for a long term commitment, Vanessa is ready to be your BFF.
Meet this pet and more at the Eastbank Jefferson Parish Animal Shelter at 1 Humane Way in Harahan. Visit www.jpas.petfinder.com or call 504-736-6111 for more information. Adoption hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9 am to 5:00 pm; Thursday 9 am to 6:30 pm; and Saturday 10 am to 3:00 pm. Adoption fee of $67 includes one round of vaccinations, mandatory spay/neuter surgery, FeLV/FIV test and microchip for cats; and at least one round of vaccinations, mandatory spay/neuter surgery, heartworm test, and microchip for dogs.
Phoebe Jane (ID # EO-01-22-03) will sit, lie down, shake hands and stand up on hind legs and twirl for treats. This stunning young girl is an affectionate lovebug and loves attention. She has a way of gazing into your face with eyes that will melt your heart. On top of all this, she is an apartment sized dog who should fit in easily to any household. She walks nicely on a leash and is eager to walk out of the shelter door with her adopter soon. She has never met a stranger and was a sensation in her bee outfit at Barkus. VIDEO:http://youtu.be/ogh1PbuMSsE
The Jefferson Parish Animal Shelter adoption fee is $67. Fee includes at least one round of vaccinations, mandatory spay/neuter surgery, heartworm test, and microchip. To find out if this pet is still available for adoption, please call the shelter at (504) 736-6111, email MOlsen@jeffparish.net or stop by to visit - the East Bank Shelter is located at 1 Humane Way, Jefferson LA 70123.
Hi my name is Valerie and I am a 3 year old, female, beagle mix. I was rescued from Plaquemines Animal Control after I was found as a stray along with my brother. At first we were scared but soon we learned that we love the attention that we get at PAWS. I love to play but I'm more laid back. I get along great with kids and other dogs. I can be your new best friend one day. I am spayed, up to date on shots and micro chipped. For more information about me please call PAWS at 504-392-1601.
Margaret is an ARNO favorite and has an interesting story. She actually was a foster mom to tiny little kittens that lost their own mother. Margaret loved them and treated them like they were her very own, protecting each one of them and making sure they all got the best motherly care. All of Margaret's surrogate kittens have found new homes, but Margaret is left behind at ARNO hoping to find a home of her own. This girl truly has a heart of gold and has these big, sweet, green eyes that long for lifelong companionship. Margaret has a great temperament and doesn't demand much in life. She's cute as a button, too--she sports her tabby stripes, but her paws and chest are white. She's a really beautiful girl. Margaret is an amazing cat and deserves nothing more than to find a family that will love and cherish her. Come by ARNO today and find out why we all think she's so special. For more information, email email@example.com. Margaret's adoption fee is $85 and includes a spay, chip, shots, and combo test. If you adopt Margaret with another cat friend here at ARNO, the adoption fee is reduced to $150 for both pets.
Treuble is a stunning shepherd mix, who has such a sad story. His name is Treuble but is called T. He was given to a now 82 year old neighbor three years ago. In 2005, her home took on water with Katrina. Shortly after she got back into her home in 2007, her husband passed away. Her son gave her an adorable puppy from the pound to keep her company, as she was sad and concerned about living alone after many years of marriage. The puppy grew up and they grew to love each other. He is very protective of her and she of him. Unfortunately, he was bigger than she could handle and she could not exercise him. He always wanted to be out visiting and playing with the neighborhood children. He loves the outdoors, riding in the car and playing at the dog park. She would take him there several times a week. Trouble is not a fair name for him as all he really wants is to be out with others rather than cooped up with an older lady as much as he adored her. He gets along well with other dogs and would benefit from having room to run. She did spoil him rotten when she could but I truly believe that in the right environment, he would thrive. He is an inside dog all the way to being housebroken. After several escapes in the neighborhood, it was realized the situation was a challenge for her. Neighbors started walking him daily and he was very responsive. Her family finally agreed that she would be safer in a retirement home but she resisted because she couldn't take him with her. Treuble is now at ARNO and awaiting his forever home For more info please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The adoption fee includes neuter, shots up to date and a chip.
Trevor is a 1 yr old Jack Russell/Wirehair terrier mix that was surrendered to Southern Animal Foundation after a freak accident with a recliner. His previous owner couldn't afford to get the proper surgery to repair his leg , so poor Trevor was facing euthanasia. SAF couldn't let that happen, so the organization took him in. (He needed surgery only done by an orthopedic specialist. The wonderful doctors at Southeast Veterinary Specialist repaired his leg.)
Trevor is on the road to recovery, and he'll soon be ready to go! Trevor is 12 lbs, neutered, vaccinated, heartworm negative, and microchipped. He's been a trooper through all of this, and he's a total sweet heart. Please give us Southern Animal Foundation a call at 504-671-8235 for adoption info on Trevor.
Louie is a lovable bear of a dog who has gone through some big time changes in the last couple weeks!
You see, Louie has spent the majority of his life thus far relegated to being a "yard dog," which is difficult for any dog in Louisiana, but especially an English Bulldog. When his family didn't feel like dealing with him anymore, he was surrendered to a local shelter who then called New Orleans Bulldog Rescue.
Louie is overdue for attention and he obviously knows it. He loves to greet everyone he meets and is friendly as can be. When meeting other dogs, Louie drops his front end into a play position and his body language reads "Let's be friends!"