“Evan” Humane Society showcase adoption pet
Evan is an eight-week-old orange tabby.
“Evan has a face that will surely have you wanting him. He is playful, curious and loves toys. Evan also has two siblings and they are all waiting for a forever home,” Humane Society officials said.
In addition to Evan, 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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