This week’s Humane Society showcase adoption pet “Dylan”
He is a two-year-old solid white short hair male cat.
"Dylan is a sweetie," Humane Society officials said. "He is so lovable and would make a great family pet. He is quite handsome and would love to be your pal forever."
In addition to Dylan, Humane Society officials said there are plenty of very playful pets whose only wish is to have a home.
The St. Charles Animal Parish Shelter is located at 921 Rue Cannes in Luling.
For more information on pet adoptions, call (985)783-5010.
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