Sue Rabeaux on March 16th, 2016

Due to health issues, our Director has been and is currently unavailable to take phone calls, and our office is temporarily closed until further notice. We are still able to check email at least once a day, so please submit all applications and any questions via email. We are still holding adoptions to pre-approved applicants by […]

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Sue Rabeaux on December 23rd, 2015

Acadiana Humane Society‘s office will be closed Thursday, December 24th through Monday, January 4th. We will reopen on Tuesday, January 5th. While we won’t be taking phone calls during this time, we will be checking the email once a day. Please feel free to go ahead and submit applications on any of our available pets, […]

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Sue Rabeaux on November 22nd, 2015

According to KLFY TV10 Acadiana has been bumped up to a *FREEZE WARNING* overnight into early Monday Morning for Lafayette Parish, Acadia Parish, St. Landry Parish, St. Martin Parish, and Evangeline Parish. *This means there will be a period of 2-3 hours near or below freezing temperatures *Please protect People, Pets, and Plants from the […]

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Sue Rabeaux on July 30th, 2014

The Acadiana Humane Society office will be closed from Wednesday, July 30th through Monday August 4th as the Director will be taking some time off to spend with family. If you have an application for one of our animals, please email it to ahspets@gmail.com as someone will be checking email once a day. We are […]

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Sue Rabeaux on July 13th, 2014

Someone dumped a tiny kitten on one of our volunteers either late Friday night or very early Saturday morning. The poor baby was leaning against their front door screaming to come inside early on Saturday morning! This is not good since we have absolutely no room in any of our foster homes, or in our unfinished […]

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