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|Mardi Gras parade on tap Jan. 26 in West Monroe|
PAWS of northeast Louisiana will host its second annual Krewe of PAWS Mardi Gras pet parade beginning at 12:30 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 26, on Commerce Street in West Monroe.
The entry fee is $15 for the first pet and $5 for additional pets if you register before Jan. 18. After Jan. 18 the fee is $20 for the first pet.
Pets also can be entered into the drawing for parade king or queen for an additional $5. There will be prizes for the best costume contest in small dog, large dog and non-canine categories and for best float.
The Krewe of Janus king and queen will make an appearance. Heather Parker of KNOE TV8 is grand marshal of the parade.
Local residents are encouraged to bring their families, watch the parade and catch some beads.
"This is a fun, family-oriented event for people of all ages to come out and support PAWS. Our programs benefit our entire community so it's a great way to get everyone involved," said Christy Primm, rescue coordinator for PAWS of Northeast Louisiana.
PAWS is a non-profit organization that provides spay/neuter assistance to low-income pet owners. The organization also rescues animals from local shelters and visits hospitals and retirement homes with therapy dogs.
Proceeds from the pet parade will help fund programs of PAWS.
For an entry form, visit www.pawsnela.org or stop by any local vet offices, the Animal House or CHOICES.
For more information, call PAWS at 397-0007.