On Assignment | Laura Hinze of CAA | 225 Magazine

As a part of the October cover story for 225, writer Adrian Hirsch and I had the opportunity to spend some time with the new animal shelter director Laura Hinze, learning her plans for the shelter and a little bit about her background.

Since that time, Hinze has resigned from her position. However, the changes she and the CAA were pushing for have been implemented at the shelter, and hopefully, more positive news will come for the shelter animals with the new director, whoever he or she may be.

Laura Hinze, the new director of Companion Animal Alliance Baton Rouge, stands inside "Kitty City" while holding a cat that is up for adoption at East Baton Rouge Parish Animal Control on Tuesday, August 9, 2011. (Erin Parker)

Laura Hinze, the new director of Companion Animal Alliance Baton Rouge, stands inside "Kitty City" while holding a cat who is up for adoption at East Baton Rouge Parish Animal Control on Tuesday, August 9, 2011. Hinze started work after Companion Animal Alliance was approved to care for the shelter animals and animal adoptions. (Photo by Erin Parker / 225 Baton Rouge)

To read more about Hinze and her background, you can read Adrian’s article in this month’s 225.

To learn more about the Companion Animal Alliance of Baton Rouge, check out their website here.

And if you’d like to adopt an animal from CAA, click here to see the various animals who are up for adoption.

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