Spring is almost here! And as we begin to move into the spring and summer months, our Atlanta shelters experience the highest intake of the year! With an average intake of 50 animals per day, it's more important than ever to be #In4LifeLine. We've put together 7 ways you can give back to Atlanta's animals this Spring:

 Go for a hike with a shelter dog!

go on hike

Sign up for our Dog for the Day program and take one of our shelter dogs out of the shelter for the day! Need ideas of where to go? Check out this list of dog-friendly trails near Atlanta.


Foster a bottle-feeding kitten!

Bottle Feed Kitten

Spring means it's kitten season! We are in need of temporary foster homes for our bottle-feeding kittens. Sign up here!


Catch up on The Bachelor with a pup in PJ's!

Sleepover pup

Our sleepover program is a great way to get our pups out of the shelter for the night and allow them to decompress! Sign up here.


Sign up for a monthly donation!

sponsor a shelter pet

$.92 of every dollar donated goes directly towards helping Atlanta's animals! Sign up for a recurring donation and automatically support Atlanta's animals each month.


Foster a Senior!

Spoil a Senior

As open-admission shelters, we often receive senior dogs. Senior dogs are usually more docile than the average pup, which makes them perfect for a laid-back household or someone who is new to fostering! Although these pups usually come with a great temperament, they are often overlooked and are the most in need. Learn more about fostering here.


Cuddle with Kittens at our Cat Adoption Center!

Cuddle with Kittens

Did you know LifeLine has a dedicated shelter just for adorable cats and kittens? Sign up to volunteer + spend your time cuddling with kittens while giving back!


Shop our WishList!

shop our wishlist

From doggie toys to humane cat traps, our shelters are always in need of donations! Donate an item from our Amazon WishList + make a big difference today!

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LifeLine Animal Project

Founded in 2002 and now managing DeKalb and Fulton County Animal Services, LifeLine Animal Project is the leading non-profit organization working to end the euthanasia of healthy and treatable dogs and cats in metro Atlanta shelters. Together, we will make Atlanta a no-kill community.

LifeLine Animal Project is an IRS 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and all donations are tax-deductible.

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