Aphrodite was transferred to Northshore Humane Society from a municipal shelter who was out of space and out of time. Aphrodite is a one-year-old medium mix breed who adores human affection so much you can just see it on her face.
Angie is a one-year-old, medium mix breed pup. After finding out she was a mom-to-be, Northshore Humane Society quickly pulled her from a municipal shelter. Now that all of Angie’s puppies have been adopted, it is her turn to find her forever home!
Casey was rescued from homelessness in Downtown Covington by a kind individual who brought him to Northshore Humane Society. This nine-month-old boy is your typical rascal kitten – playful, curious and full of energy!
Hugo is one of the longest residents at Northshore Humane Society and has been looking for his forever home for eight months now. He was found homeless by a group of children playing outside in their neighborhood.
The COVID-19 crisis has only amplified our national and local child abuse epidemic. As a united community, we can heal those emotional wounds, get justice for children, and restore faith in families, communities, and institutions.
Neco was found homeless by a kind lady who after searching for his owner for several days turned to Northshore Humane Society for help. Neco is now looking for his second chance with a new, forever family!
While Christmas is embraced as one of the happiest holidays of the year, hundreds of St. Tammany Parish residents will spend their Christmas holiday at in-patient psychiatric facilities, away from the warmth of family and friends. You can be a Christmas Angel this year through your contribution to our annual gift-giving campaign.
At the young age of two, Cheeto found herself homeless, trying to care for two innocent babies. Luckily for her, she stumbled across a kind individual’s home who immediately took her to Northshore Humane Society for help.
Each year, the Northshore Food Bank distributes over 1 million pounds of food to the residents of St. Tammany and Washington parishes. This year the Food Bank saw an increase of more than 110% in the number of individuals and families they serve due to COVID.
For the price of a movie ticket, $13.90, you can provide food to an animal in need for an entire month. Together we can make Thanksgiving Day special for a homeless dog or cat. Your special gift will give an innocent animal the second chance and loving family they have always deserved.
Barber was originally transferred to Northshore Humane Society from a municipal shelter with space limitations. He is your typical five-month-old pup who loves to play all day and sleep all night. He would make a great addition to any family.
Cora is a four-year-old, large breed mix who gets along great with other pups and all types of people. Cora may have scars and parts of her body that show an unfortunate and tough past, but what lies within her is an adoring and gentle personality.
November is traditionally the month of giving, and many in our community have suffered hardships this year. Thankfully there are a number of organizations in our area designed to help our local neighbors.