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August 28, 2007

REBUILDING THE LOUISIANA SPCA: 2 YEARS AFTER KATRINA; UNIQUE

New Orleans, LA -- "We are focused on rebuilding our organization and our new campus,'' says Lori Haeuser of The Louisiana SPCA. "It's been two years since Hurricanes Katrina and Rita ripped through the Gulf Coast, leaving the shelter, its full-service clinic and other facilities at a total loss. Since
then, the team has been operating out of a former coffee warehouse.''

But, in April, in the spirit of New Orleans, the Louisiana SPCA opened the first phase of their new campus. With two phases left to go, much support is needed. So, to help raise funds, The Louisiana SPCA has become a îîBark Partner'' with Dog Lovers Wine Club.

ANYONE AROUND THE COUNTRY, in eligible wine-shipping states, can sign-up for a wine club membership at Dog Lovers Wine Club and designate The Louisiana SPCA as the beneficiary.

With each membership, the shelter will receive ONGOING SUPPORT directly from Dog Lovers Wine Club. Go to http://www.dogloverswineclub.com/index.cfm?method=pages.showPage&pageid=ad96e4f6-b68e-5663-5b8d-c75fc963e0f5 and click on ''affiliates'' for more information.

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