Acadiana Humane Society volunteers Kristy and Stephanie will be at Petco South Lafayette (605 Settler’s Trace Blvd.) on Saturday, April 1st from 11:30am to 2:30pm with adoptable kitties! We may even have a visit from volunteer Kelsey with some of our baby bunnies! The bunnies will not be available for adoption for a couple more months, so they will just be there for a meet and greet for about an hour. Stop by and visit with our adoptables! See one you want? They will have application available that you can fill out. You can also download our application from our website and send it to us via email once completely filled out and saved. Donations will be accepted at our adoption table. Kitten food, cat litter, pet carriers, Petco gift cards, and checks made out to Acadiana Humane Society to be used for vet bills are what are most needed at this time.
Also, Barney the 4 lbs. Poodle mix is currently in medical boarding at the vet for heartworm treatment and we need funds to pay for his veterinary care! If you can donate today, please do so! Any amount helps! Donations through WePay using the YouCaring fundraiser link are automatically deposited into Acadiana Humane Society’s main account on the next business day so we can pay the vet faster! https://www.youcaring.com/acadianahumanesociety-721729 If you prefer, we do also have a Paypal donation button here on our website. You can also call in a credit/debit card donation directly to Azalea Lakes Veterinary Clinic by calling 225-755-3838 and asking them to apply your credit/debit card donation on the account of Acadiana Humane Society for Barney’s vet bills. We can not provide this important veterinary care without your support and donations! Please help us help Barney! Thank you!
It’s that time of year again. Please do not give animals as gifts. While Acadiana Humane Society will take in unwanted baby bunnies, chicks, & ducklings after Easter, we would rather not have to take in too many. Please do your research before getting any pet, and never give a pet as a gift if the recipient is not prepared to properly care for it for the rest of it’s life.