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If You Lost Your Pet Because of Ida, the Louisiana SPCA May Have It

September 10, 2021
By: Burke Bischoff

Due to Hurricane Ida, the Louisiana SPCA has taken in over 180 lost pets and are holding them for three days, starting on September 8th, for owners to claim if they belong to them. After the three days are over, the Louisiana SPCA becomes the legal owner and can determine the best placement option for that animal, which includes adoption.

All animals taken in by the Louisiana SPCA since Hurricane Ida can be viewed at louisianaspca.org/strays. If you see your pet on the site, fill out a report on louisianaspca.org/lost or call 504-368-5191 for assistance. If you cannot find your pet on the site, complete a lost report at louisianaspca.org/lostreport or call 504.368.5191. You can also post lost pet information on your Nextdoor group and on Lost and Found Facebook groups, or visit missionreunite.com for additional tips to find a pet.

For more information of how the Louisiana SPCA is operating during Hurricane Ida's recovery, visit louisianaspca.org/ida.

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