Urgent Needs

Sue Rabeaux on March 6th, 2019

Acadiana Humane Society volunteers have been busy so far in 2019 between new rescues including puppies, kittens, rabbits, guinea pigs, and a stray parakeet. As well as the Krewe des Chiens dog parade, and other fundraisers and events. We would like to give a shout out of thanks to UL GLASS for their members volunteering with […]

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Sue Rabeaux on January 2nd, 2019

Thank you to those who donated to Acadiana Humane Society before the mew year! Now is the purrfect time to start off 2019 by supporting your local animal rescue! We still need to raise $1,715.00 to pay off our 2018 vet bills. Any size donation is much appreciated. It all adds up to help us […]

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Sue Rabeaux on August 21st, 2017

Acadiana Humane Society needs your help! We are full, in debt to veterinarians, and in urgent need of pet food, cat litter, produce, flea & heart worm prevention, and pet supplies! We have no more room until our numbers are greatly reduced. We can’t make any new vet appointments at our vet with the lowest prices […]

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Sue Rabeaux on May 15th, 2017

Acadiana Humane Society’s dog kennels are old, rusting, and falling apart. One of our dogs escaped yesterday, and we had to temporarily repair the fence. We are in need of at least six new 10 x 10 x 6 dog kennels. We like these that are sold at Tractor Supply because we can easily connect […]

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Sue Rabeaux on April 18th, 2017

Bunnies Abound: Acadiana Humane Society currently has 14 rescued bunny rabbits. We are in need of sponsorship of $50.00 per bunny to help get them spayed or neutered and ready to be adopted. We are also accepting applications for rabbit foster homes, as the surrendering of unwanted Easter rabbits, baby chicks, & ducklings will begin soon. Please […]

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