DON'T SHOP. ADOPT.
Rescue Rehome Repeat of South Louisiana is dedicated to finding forever homes for abandoned and displaced animals while educating the public to be more responsible pet owners. At RRR of South LA we have seen it all when it comes to man’s best friend. But despite the misfortunes these animals have endured, our commitment to them remains steadfastly clear: to provide loving, emotionally stable, nurturing foster care for them while they wait for their for their forever families. To donate, please go to our donation page.
Through no fault of their own, our animals found themselves in kill shelters or other homeless situations. We are dedicated to making a positive difference in these animals lives from the moment they enter our foster program. Our goal is to help them in every way we can…emotionally, socially, physically…so that the transition into their forever homes will be as smooth as possible. We strive to match our pets with the best family possible, working through as many applications and interviews as necessary to find a home that offers the most fulfilling, enriched life.
On behalf of all the dogs waiting for a forever family, we thank you for your interest in improving the lives of these deserving animals.
Meet the Team!
Terri Cato Dunlap is married with 5 children and two grandchildren. She was born and raised in California and has been actively participating in animal rescue off and on for over 30 years. Terri has experience in vet technician and animal rehabilitation. She also has a degree in bite analysis and emergency preparedness with canines. Her true passion is saving animals , specifically pediatric animals from abandonment and cruelty. In her spare time she enjoys swimming, creative writing and spending time with family and friends.
Stacey Wylie is originally from Central, LA but for the past 10 years she has resided in Denham Springs, LA, where she got involved in pet rescue 5 years ago. Stacey also loves to read true crime novels, watch movies, and spend time with her family traveling. She has been married to her husband,Duane, for 16 years and has two lovely children and 4 rescue dogs Rosco, Sheldon, Abby, and Jethro. Stacey also works part time for Livingston Parish Public Schools as an RtI tutor and substitute teacher.
Rhiannon Suir is married with two children. She was born in Houston and has traveled and moved around the country for most of her life. Rhiannon is our feline coordinator has been involved in various animal rescue operations for over sixteen years. She worked as a veterinary technician in Los Angeles and has also worked as the District Captain for the Humane Society. She is passionate about educating the public regarding altering pets, and preventing countless unwanted litters. Her mission is to help make the greater Baton Rouge and surrounding areas a more compassionate place for animals through education and growing our foster team. If you’re interested in saving a life, please touch base with her - firstname.lastname@example.org
Allison Barrilleaux is an experienced puppy foster. She has been actively fostering for over eight years but has been an animal lover all her life. She and her husband have three of their own personal dogs that they call their “permanent residents.” Their names are Hunter, Minnie, and Sampson. They mostly enjoy having puppies around too. Outside of getting her puppy fix with the endless snuggles and kisses, she enjoys beach volleyball and riding her bike. She hopes to inspire others to foster and help save more dogs and kitties by finding their new forever homes.
Bill Martin is a stage and film actor originally from Omaha, NE. Along with his family, wife Margaret and children Max and Grace, he moved to Baton Rouge in 2004. He has been involved with RRR for about 18 months. He grew up with and loves dogs, so fostering seemed a natural fit. His work with RRR includes fostering, setting up for and working adoption events, participating in organizational meetings and planning and, along with other RRR volunteers, promoting RRR and their adoption events periodically on WAFB's Friday noon news broadcast.
Margaret Atkinson Martin was born and raised here in Baton Rouge, LA. She moved to NYC where Margaret worked her way up in an international law firm from Marketing Assistant to Marketing Manager of the New York office. In 2004, Margaret’s husband, Bill Martin, and their two young children moved back to Baton Rouge where Margaret has worked as a Marketing Director in law firms for the last 14 years. As a volunteer with Rescue Rehome Repeat, Margaret not only fosters, but also lends her over 20 years of marketing experience in the areas of advertising, promotional materials, collateral material development, electronic communications, event management, and public relations all in service of RRR.