This week’s Humane Society showcase adoption pet “Woody”
Woody is a two-year-old Boston Terrier mix.
“She is quite a girl with photogenic qualities! She is sweet, loves people and responds very well to being the center of attention,” Humane Society officials said. “Woody is packed and ready to go just waiting for a home.”
In addition to Woody, 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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