LaLa Cards have purpose.

They provide funds for the veterinary needs of animals,
and they are striking, environmentally friendly, art cards
for the humans who care.

Everybody wins.


LaLa Cards® were created by Jennifer Conrad, DVM to offset the costs of her nonprofit veterinary projects.  The animal-themed images on the cards are reproductions of original paintings by Dr. Conrad.  These environmental-friendly cards are made from 100% recycled paper and use biodegradable inks.  Proceeds from the sale of the cards will be used to fund the Paw Project and Animal General Hospital.

Dr. Conrad founded the Paw Project, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, to rehabilitate big cats, such as lions, tigers, cougars, and jaguars who have been maimed by the cruel practice of declawing.  Actually an amputation of the last bone in the cat’s toe, declawing cripples these magnificent creatures, both from the pain caused by the bone fragments left behind, and from the progressively debilitating arthritis produced by abnormal stress on other joints as the cats try to avoid walking on their tender toes.  The Paw Project has performed over 100 reconstructive paw surgeries.

Animal General Hospital is also a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. AGH, with its grant program, helps provide low-cost, no-cost, or subsidized veterinary care for animals from low-income families. All clients must agree to spay or neuter unaltered pets, unless medically contraindicated, in order to receive services.

Animal General Hospital strives to provide the finest veterinary care and husbandry possible to wildlife and domestic animals while teaching ethical and humane veterinary medicine to the future's veterinary technicians, field conservationists, zoo keepers and those interested in other animal related disciplines.