HOW TO REPORT AN ANIMAL IN DISTRESS:Contact your local sheriff’s department and/or animal control agency. If you do not have one or do not get a response, please contact:
LSART (Louisiana State Animal Response Team) by email at: lsartinfo@gmail.comPlease give them the following details:
-location and number of animals (address/cross street/GPS coordinates)
-status of animals: confined or free roaming
-contact info for person making the reportWith catastrophic flooding across many areas of our state, the Humane Society of Louisiana is working to help small local shelters and rescues in the impact zone. Please support the local shelters, rescues and humane groups based in Louisiana who are most in need of help.

View images from our rescue efforts in Denham Springs, LA

2016 Flood Video, Livingston Animal Shelter with Jeff Dorson Executive Director of the Humane Society of Louisiana.

Posted by Alycia Daumas on Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Founded in New Orleans in 1988, the Humane Society of Louisiana leads the fight against cruelty to animals statewide. Our effective grassroots charity has aided, rescued and defended hundreds of thousands of animals. With a small, dedicated staff and hundreds of hard working volunteers, we passionately work to defend and protect all animals in need. We are not an affiliate of any larger group and we rely solely on private donations for support.


Thank you for anyone who donated here previously using a link to our YouCaring account. This was an old Fund established previously to support repairs to our animal transport van (which is now being used for flood relief thanks to those donors!) We apologize for any confusion and assure anyone who gave using this link that all donations made via that site since the floods began will be used for flood relief. We apologize for any confusion.

-Humane Society of Louisiana