In Memoriam

Metairie Humane Adoptees (since inception)

Who Crossed the Rainbow Bridge 2020

Jeff's Rainbow
Notice the doglike cloud at the top of 
the rainbow. This was taken approximately

at the time of Jeff's passing.

ABBY

IRENE M. BURKE

Irene loved her daughter Eileen, who is an active volunteer with Metairie Humane, and her fur babies Molly and Red (adopted from Metairie Humane in 2011) very much.  She was a strong supporter of Metairie Humane since its formation.  Irene passed away on January 31, 2020 at the age of 94, after a short illness. Before her passing, she requested that in lieu of flowers she wanted donations to be made to Metairie Humane in her memory.  Due to her thoughtfulness, Metairie Humane received over $500 to continue its mission to save dogs from kill shelters, and help them to find their life time love affairs with their new families. We are sure that all the fur babies that she had loved so much before they crossed the Rainbow Bridge (Butch, Colleen, Susy, Lucky, Claire, Sandy, and Jeff) were all waiting to greet her in Heaven.

JEFF 
Metairie Humane Shelter's mascot crossed
the Rainbow Bridge on May 28th 2018.
Jeff is joining Sandy his favorite girlfriend.
He is greatly missed by his human Mamas,
Eileen and Irene. His four legged sisters,
Red and Molly miss him too.
He was such a great participant at all of
the Metairie Humane's fundraisers. Won
several awards in the costume contests.
We want to thank you
for all of your prayers
and kind words.  The doctors tried very hard
and Jeff tried even harder to save his life. We are saddened by his Passing.  Jeff will forever be the Metairie Humane Shelter's Mascot.

JETT (a/k/a Scout)

JUDY  NEAL

Louisiana animal rights advocates are mourning the loss of one of their biggest champions following a house fire related to Hurricane Delta.  Regretfully, Judy's beloved dog Marvin (shown in the picture with her) also died in the fire.  Judy traveled around the state to find homes for cats and dogs who otherwise would face euthanasia.  Judy devoted herself to rescue and transport work in retirement following a career in Nursing.  Judy rescued several thousand animals in her van, which was known as the Critter Getter.  We at Metairie Humane lovingly referred to her as our "dog dealer".  Through the years, Judy has brought many dogs to us from around the state.  Although we know that she earned her angel wings and was welcomed into Heaven by many of the dogs that she saved, who have since crossed the Rainbow Bridge, we will miss her deeply. The void that is left behind by her loss is one that is hard to imagine ever being filled. She was one of a kind whose spirit will remain with us to give us strength to rescue dogs as she did.  As rescuers, all we can do is try to help always "take just one more" and "keep em moving" by helping one dog at a time!  Judy, we love you, we miss you, and we will try our hardest to make you proud.  REST IN PEACE KIND SOUL!

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