The Humane Society of Louisiana operates programs ranging from disaster relief and emergency response to lifesaving cross-country adoption transports carried out in partnership with small, rural shelters.
They respond to cruelty and emergency complaints around the state, working daily with shelter directors, law enforcement officers, DAs and caring citizens statewide. They have a small staff and are supported by more than 100 active volunteers. HSL operates the 47 acre Enoch J. Donaldson Animal Sanctuary for rescued horses in Mount Hermon; They are working to expand this facility to save more lives. Their team runs the "TransPUPtation" Station - the hub of their cross country animal transports - is 2 hours north of New Orleans near the Louisiana/MS border.
The Humane Society of Louisiana's no-kill New Orleans shelter and charitable thrift store were destroyed during Hurricane Katrina, but they still operate many activities and programs in their hometown.
The Humane Society of Louisiana manages the Mardi Gras horse adoption program to find homes for former parade horses, and we promote cruelty-free lifestyles and a plant-based diet. These are just a handful of incredible programs The Humane Society of Louisiana team does to save all animals in need.
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