Pets of the Week
AT ST. CHARLES PARISH ANIMAL SHELTER
Bosco, a 2-year-old neutered-male hound mix who loves to run around in wide-open field and play fetch is currently up for adoption at the St. Charles Humane Society.
And he truly is a “lucky dog” since he’s been at the shelter longer than any other dog there. Shelter worker s love him so much that they won't give up on finding him a home.
Jackson, a neutered-male orange tabby, came to the shelter in November and has been lying around ever since.
He enjoys being outside and loves the nice cool breeze.
Jackson is a lover and would make a great lap cat.
For more information about the shelter and this week’s featured animals visit http://www.stcharlesgov.net/departments/animal.htm.
The St. Charles Parish Animal Shelter's hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. It is located under the Luling Bridge on the West Bank.
The St. Charles Humane Society shows adoptable dogs at PetSmart, 6851 Veterans Memorial Blvd. in Metairie, on Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cats are available at PetSmart during normal business hours.
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