It’s Carnival season – One of the most exciting, fun-filled times in Louisiana, when royalty reigns supreme and chasing floats is a form of exercise.
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, most of us are guilty of giving our furry friends a taste or two of our Thanksgiving feasts intentionally or accidentally.
With loud flashes of light and intense groan of rain and thunder, it’s no wonder that some pets get anxious during storms and hurricanes.
Shark Discovery, the hands-on 13,000-gallon shark and ray touchpool, opened at Audubon Aquarium this summer, and features a variety of sharks and rays for a state-of-the-art experience.
In 1888, the Louisiana SPCA was chartered with a simple mission: to protect animals.
With our social calendars filling with fall holidays and football games, now is the time to consider including your pets in your activities.
Audubon Nature Institute's annual fundraiser Hancock Whitney Zoo-To-Do to support conservation efforts
Just like most of Southeast Louisiana, the Louisiana SPCA is no stranger to hurricanes. June 1 was the first official day of hurricane season. The time to plan and prepare is now!