Tangi Humane Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, all volunteer shelter located in Tangipahoa Parish Louisiana. We take an active role in investigating cruelty cases in our parish. Most of our adoptables are from cruelty cases that our cruelty investigators participate in. We are either contacted by the local sheriff's department, or by concerned invidividuals. We take in many animals each year and find loving permanent or forever homes for each pet we take in.
Almost every weekend we hold Adoption Events to help find homes for the adoptable pets, as well as to inform the public of what we do. We regularly update our Facebook page with pictures of the latest adoptables and events we are attending. You can visit our Facebook page "Tangi Humane Society" and Like us to stay up to date on all the latest Tangi news!
Want to help?
Donating using the Paypal button below (or by mailing a check) is one great way you can help the Adoptables at THS, our vet bills are still very high right now so every penny counts! You can also purchase items off of our Amazon wishlist. Visit our Help THS tab for information on ways to volunteeer!
Donations can be sent to Tangi Humane Society P.O. Box 1743 Ponchatoula La. 70454 or you can donate online.
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Tangi Makes A Difference
We have taken in many animals from cruelty cases, here's a look at just a few of the cases we handled in 2014
Scotty: Then and Now
Scotty was left to die after his owners moved out, we found him severely emaciated and covered in lice, we could only hope he would recover. Amazingly he made a full recovery and is one of our sweetest adoptables waiting for a forever home.
We received a call from the Sheriff's department about St. Nick. He was brought to THS besides being underweight and his injured leg was examined by a vet and it was discovered to be infected and completely shattered, his only option was to have it amputated. After the surgery Nick made a full recovery and is doing great in his forever home--He has no problems keeping up with his other doggie brothers and sisters!
Tangi Humane Society makes a difference, and you can help make a difference too!
Just visit our Help THS tab on the menu!