New Shelter Campaign

Hosted by:Companion Animal Alliance
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Goal: $2,500,000
$1,771,665 4 71% Complete

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This is an exciting time for Companion Animal Alliance!  

We have raised nearly 12 million dollars so far to build a new state-of-the-art community animal shelter.  With the final numbers in, we need just $750,000 more to build a better future for Baton Rouge's animals.  You can help!

There are many ways to participate and every contribution gets us one step closer to opening the doors of our new community animal shelter.  All gifts can be made in honor of, or in memory of a beloved pet or person.

  • Become a Paw Partner for a donation of $20 and we'll put a small paw print with one name in the new lobby for the first three months. Please include the name in the comment section.
  • Become a Paw Patron for a donation of $100 and we’ll put a large paw print with a 5-word message (or five names) in the new lobby for the first three months.  Please include the names or message in the comment section.
  • Join the Kennel Club for $1000 to sponsor a dog kennel.  We will proudly list the names of our Kennel Club members in the new dog pod area.  Please write Kennel Club, and the name you would like listed on the placque in the comment section.
  • Join the Feline Friends for $1000 to sponsor a cat condo.  We will proudly list the names of our Feline Friends in the new cattery.  Please write Feline Friends, and the name you would like listed on the placque in the comment section.
  • Sponsor a bench on the grounds of the new shelter for a donation of $5,000.  Please write "bench" and the name you would like engraved on the bench in the comment section.

Join us to Unleash the Possibilities of a new community animal shelter on the LSU campus. The new shelter will be:

  • A state-of-the-art facility designed to be kind, efficient and welcoming.
  • Conveniently located, which means more adoptions, less time in the shelter for animals, and more volunteers—especially among LSU students, living only minutes away.
  • More humane. Dogs will have more room to run outdoors, and cats will stay calmer in a space soundproofed against barking. 
  • Healthier for the animals in our care. Fewer dogs and cats will get sick because the shelter is designed to contain diseases.

Together, we'll make Baton Rouge one of the top cities nationwide for animal welfare.  Thank you for your support!


 


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