The Animal Assistance League, a volunteer non-profit organization, was founded to support the City of Slidell Animal Control Shelter and Citizens by:
- Providing all food, medicine, medical care and comfort items for the sheltered animals.
- Socialization of animals to prepare them for adoption through handling, exercise and play.
- Conduct pet adoptions or placement of animals in service organizations which aid the handicap or law enforcement agencies.
- Educate the public on being responsible pet owners by having their animals spayed/neutered as well as getting yearly medical health checks and vaccinations through a Veterinary Clinic.
Adoption fees are $80 for dogs and $70 for cats. All animals are spayed and neutered, vaccinated and on heartworm preventative medicine if necessary.