Communities across the nation are reaching the no-kill goal where they are saving 90% or more of the animals entering their public shelters. It's time for Atlanta to be on that list.
LifeLine Animal Project is Atlanta's leading animal welfare organization working to end shelter euthanasia of healthy and treatable homeless animals. We are committed to improving the standard of care for animals in Atlanta through our management of county shelters, our lifesaving programs and the support of a caring community.
In 2013, LifeLine took over management of the Fulton and DeKalb County shelters where we have dramatically increased lifesaving. In November and December of 2015 we attained no-kill levels at our Fulton County Animal Services shelter, and just this year hit a no-kill milestone at DeKalb as well.
Pledge today to support making Atlanta a no-kill community. Sign the pledge form below and let us know how you are part of the lifesaving solution for Atlanta’s homeless pets. Your every action helps! Visit our campaign page to learn more ways to participate. You will also receive our monthly newsletter with updates on our progress and ways to continue to get involved.