Pets of the Week
At the St. Charles Animal Shelter
He likes to go on walks and enjoys playing with balls and toys in the yard at the shelter.
Merle is looking for his forever home so he can give all of his love to a new family.
Please consider bringing Merle into your home.
Grant is a 4-month-old orange tabby. He is very playful and loves to purr in your ear! Grant is one of many kittens at the shelter.
He would love to be a new addition to your family and would give you many hours of fun and entertainment.
Please consider bringing Grant into your home for lots of love!
St. Charles Parish Animal Control is offering a $5 discount on microchipping throughout hurricane season. Call (985) 783-5010 for more information.
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.
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