LifeLine Animal Project isn’t your average animal welfare organization. We take a holistic approach to improving the standard of care for animals in Atlanta through management of the county shelters, adoption programs, spay and neuter clinics and community outreach efforts.
Since taking over management of DeKalb County Animal Services and Fulton County Animal Services in 2013, thousands of lives have been saved and adoptions have been increased by 150%!
Over 15,000 homeless animals (that's more than 40 a day!) enter our shelters each year. Our goal is that all healthy and treatable pets leave our shelters alive and find loving homes. It is a huge, continual effort to find homes for thousands of pets. How do we do it? Read more about how we’re transforming Atlanta into a no-kill community here.
Richie came to us after a severe head trauma. Because of this injury, it causes him to walk or run in circles and can also cause him to have seizures. But with the proper medication and a little love, Richie spends his days just like any normal dog: romping around the yard and giving lots of kisses!
Did you know that community cats (or feral cats) are an intergal part of humane animal welfare? affective community cat programs include a TNR (trap-neuter-return) program, which aims to trap the cat(s), spay/neuter them and then return them to the same location. Such programs provide life-saving options for cats who might otherwise be euthanized. Additionally, overtime they reduce the population of community cat colonies. Below are some frequently asked questions + how you can help Atlanta become a lifesaving community!
It's sweater weather, ya'll, and our pups are so excited for the cooler temperatures! Since dogs can't really have Pumpkin Spiced Lattes, we decided to do one better: we created a pumpkin patch for them filled with treats and cuddles. Scroll for a few of the adorable photos!
After firefighters extinguished a fire at a home in South Fulton county, LifeLine Animal Project's Fulton County Animal Services Officers were called in to rescue over 90 dogs from what appears to be a hoarding situation. The owner has surrendered the dogs, but the situation is still under investigation. The dogs are safe and will receive medical care and placement assessments over the next few days, and may go to rescue or be available for adoption based on those assessments. Here's how you can help:
LifeLine's Sleepover Program has received a lot of attention lately! This is a great opportunity for both volunteers and shelter dogs. Learn more about our volunteer opportunities.
Money is a giant lovebug! This chunk of love is treat motivated and loves working on new tricks and training. He also loves to give big, slobbery kisses.
We provide the vet care, pet supplies and support you need. You just provide the love!