Support Available to Fix Feral Cats for Free

PCAT Helps Residents Trap And Transport Cats Spring is the time when community (feral) cats begin reproducing at an incredible rate. This unnecessary overpopulation causes hundreds of kittens to die painful deaths from sickness, predators and starvation. Those that don’t die start having young of their own within six months...

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FREE COMMUNITY CAT TNR

PAWS is pleased to have received a grant from national animal welfare organization Best Friends Animal Society to fund its 2017 Hip2Snip TNR project designed to help Plaquemines Parish humanely manage the area’s community cats. The 2017 Hip2Snip TNR project will sterilize and vaccinate (for rabies) free-roaming, unowned cats, and...

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2016 In Review

Below are just some of the ways that – because of you – PAWS has helped animals in our community. THANK YOU for saving lives, healing the sick and caring about abandoned and stray animals! Together, look at how much we have done! In January, PAWS took over Parish Animal...

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$2500 Reward

Police Need Your Help Regarding Starving Dogs Dumped At Jump Basin Road VENICE, LA – November 10, 2016   The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) is offering a $2500 REWARD for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the person(s) responsible for the animal abandonment and abuse...

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Cajun Luck

Call it Cajun luck. Call it Divine Intervention. Whatever you call it, she’s safe. Of all the places this stray kitty could have landed, she found PAWS. Gorgeous, goofy, loving and full of life – that’s 2 1/2-year old Cheeseball. Did we mention that she has Feline Down Syndrome. She...

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