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Louisiana SPCA

(2 Reviews)

1700 Mardi Gras Blvd, New Orleans, LA 70114

(504) 368-5191

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Today: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Tomorrow: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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General Info
Founded in 1888, the Louisana SPCA is the oldest and most comprehensive animal welfare organization in the state of Louisana.
Hours

Regular Hours

Services/Products
Animal Shelter & Protection Agency; Human Society; Provides Animal Control for the city of New Orleans; Offers low cost spay & neuter and wellness clinics, volunteer opportunities and humane education.
Payment method
check
Neighborhoods
Whitney, Algiers
Categories
Animal Shelters, Humane Societies, Veterinary Specialty Services

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Nathalie W.

05/28/2012

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I Am Very Pleased

I brought my nervous, scared of people 70 lbs. dog in for spaying and a full check up. The staff could not have been sweeter. They handled my dog beautifully and she loved them. Also, the new facilities are wonderful.

jerome09

07/01/2009

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Disapointed Citzen

I've call the SPCA animal control about some wild cats and several kittens which are spreading fleas at my resident.My back yard and also the yard next door is infested with fleas. We have put down flea repellant and also sprayed several times and, the fleas are still here. I was told by a Pest Controler that as long as the wild cats are in the yard fleas will continue to infest the area. Please understand, I like cats but, I hate fleas, especially all over my body!



I contacted the SPCA on Monday morning and today.

I requested that some traps be placed to capture these cats and kittens. Perhaps they can be cleaned-up and adopted out to a cat loving home.



I have not heard form a SPCA representative. I realize that your SPCA employees are very busy. Nonetheless, I would appreciate a call-back in order to arrange for Animal Control staff to come out and trap and remove these cats and kittens. They are now lingering under neath my car, which is park infornt of my front door. HELP!

Thus, my rating is one star!

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