We have five amazing reasons for you to support LifeLine Animal Project this Georgia Gives Day. Your donation today will help us impact more lives tomorrow!
We do what it takes to find them homes.
During 2017, we celebrated a dog’s cute overbite, held our very first kitten bowl, dressed our dogs up in green for a St. Pitty’s Day promo and sent them Home for the Pawlidays to get more animals out of the shelter. Whatever it takes, LifeLine is committed to finding loving homes for our shelter pets.
We help people keep the pets they love.
We believe that pets are happiest in the homes of people who love them, so we provide resources to help keep them in their homes and out of the shelters. Our Healthy Pets events provided thousands of free vaccinations, microchips, spay/neuter vouchers, food, leashes and more to pets of community members who needed them most. Our Pets for Life program helped those with little or no access to pet care, like a veteran named Malcom who needed veterinary care and a wheelchair for his dog Ceasar.
We speak up for those who can’t speak for themselves.
We saw an increase in cruelty cases this year, including severe cases like Lulu who broke all of our hearts when she came into our DeKalb shelter after being buried alive. Maggie Mae reminded us how resilient and forgiving animals are when she acted so lovingly towards the Fulton County animal control officer who rescued her after being tossed out of a truck. We also rescued dozens of cats living in a van, dogs from a puppy mill, starving dogs and more. We placed each with rescue or into loving homes and worked in court on their behalf, trying to ensure that their abusers would face repercussions.
Because we believe that every animal deserves a chance
When we discovered that Mason had a rare heart condition, we were able to find a veterinary team of experts who performed a rare surgery that is giving him extra years of life. And when Sasha and then Grandma Dot came to us at the end of their lives after being neglected and never knowing love, we found them fospice (foster + hospice) homes, where each flourished, delighted in the love and attention and outlived their prognosis by many months.
Our mission is to end the euthanasia of animals in the shelters.
Whether we’re finding a home for an elderly dog, ensuring more dogs go to the right homes by removing breed labeling, driving a dog to water therapy so she can heal, and everything in between, LifeLine Animal Project will continue to work tirelessly to achieve our mission of saving every healthy and treatable animal in our county shelters. Please support us this GA Gives Day by contributing now.