|Posted on 7/7/2017 2:56:00 AM.|
A Denham Springs couple has discovered a cat suffering from a gunshot wound to the face when the feline walked up to the front door of their home. The Humane Society of Louisiana Executive Director Jeff Dorson says the cat has received medical attention and is getting the care he needs.
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|Posted on 5/31/2017 11:35:00 AM.|
The St. Tammany Parish Sheriff’s Office is not happy the Humane Society of Louisiana sent out a release about a dog that was killed after being dragged behind a pickup truck. Captain Daniel Seuzeneau says before deputies were notified about this incident, the photo of the man involved was shared feverously across social media.
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|Posted on 5/30/2017 11:28:00 AM.|
The Humane Society of Louisiana is offering a $1,200 dollar reward for any information leading to the arrest of a man accused of killing a pit bull by dragging it behind a truck on Sunday night in Slidell. Director Jeff Dorson says a passing car pulled over and asked the man what happened, he claimed it was an accident, unchained the dog and fled the scene without the pit bull.
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|Posted on 4/14/2017 10:07:00 AM.|
|The Humane Society of Louisiana is trying to figure out who is responsible for apparently dragging a pit bull from a moving vehicle in Acadia Parish near St. Landry. Executive Director Jeff Dorson says the 3-year-old dog was found by its owner in a ditch with horrible injuries.
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|Posted on 11/22/2016 2:09:00 AM.|
The Humane Society of Louisiana is concerned about the high number of complaints regarding neglected horses. HSL Director Jeff Dorson says dozens of horses, sometimes several at a time, have been found in various stages of starvation.
“It’s not a good situation so we’re asking horse owners to be more responsible,” Dorson said.
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|Posted on 9/26/2016 5:22:00 AM.|
Monday is the deadline for Livingston parish pet owners to claim pets that were lost in the flood, and then shelters will start adopting them out. Executive Director of the Humane Society of Louisiana, Jeff Dorson, says they have been sheltering over 500 pets from the Livingston parish area since the flood, but they could only hold them for 45 days.
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|Posted on 9/13/2016 11:04:00 AM.|
An Ascension parish man will spend the next five years behind bars after he beat his dog to death with a baseball bat. Jeff Dorson with the Humane Society of Louisiana says Jamari Jackson faced up to 10 years for the 2014 crime, but they are happy with the sentence he got.
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|Posted on 9/6/2016 12:01:00 PM.|
A new animal disaster relief shelter has opened in Amite. Executive Director of the Humane Society of Louisiana Jeff Dorson says this new center is now the base of operations for not only Amite, but the surrounding parishes. He says the key reason they opened this shelter was to help reunite pets and livestock with their owners.
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|Posted on 8/23/2016 4:34:00 AM.|
The Humane Society of Louisiana is partnering with animal shelters around the country to help rescue and find homes for animals that were left behind when the flood waters rose. HSL Executive Director, Jeff Dorson, says they are still doing animal rescues in Livingston parish.
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|Posted on 4/27/2016 10:48:00 AM.|
A horrifying display of animal abuse is breaking hearts across the state. A small dog was brutally beaten and thrown into a fire in New Orleans’ City Park. That’s according to Jeff Dorson, Executive Director of the Louisiana Humane Society, who says this is one of the most tragic cases of abuse he’s ever seen. He says the dog was beaten around the head, the muzzle and the jaw.
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