We Are In!

We Are In!

Thanks to everyone who has pledged their support to Atlanta's homeless pets. The best shelter is a caring community. Take a moment to see how much your community cares about helping animals. Together, we will create a no‑kill Atlanta in 2016! 


First Name Here's How I'm In:  
Ann Looking to volunteer when I can. Typically I have time on weekends. Also willing to make donations.
Marcia As a volunteer.
heather spread the word about adopt and rescue. donate to animal rescue organizations adopt/rescue all our pets spread the word about puppy mills applaud legialative efforts to ban puppy mills/require pet stores to only offer rescue animals
Cindy I am interested in fostering, volunteering and being an advocate for adopting a homeless animal.
Michelle
Michelle
Sue Advocate for animals in shelters via social media and possibly become a foster parent for homeless pets.
Allison
Emily
Tracee I have always been an avid supporter of animal rescue and am a life-long responsible and experienced owner of pitt bulls as well as a standard poodle. I am also a creative that can donate skills or time towards your services, if you guys are ever in need. Feel free to contact me if you guys need help with graphic design, web or art. I am rarely able to donate money but can help in other ways. Thanks so much for all you guys do! We have gotten services for our animals from Lifeline and appreciate the work you guys do very much. xoxo
casey i wanna make this place a no kill shelter
Mariyah
Lora
Brigette Sadly we lost our boy Max last month to cancer. Our loss was unbearable. We decided to adopt a little boy named Gus! He is smart, silly, playful and so very loving. His presence has filled a hole in our hearts.
Lisa
Lisa I want to find another dog from the shelter, we have adopted 4 dogs from Fulton Co.... I feel like we may have rescued them, but I know that they rescued us.. I just have to have a little dog because of my parents..... I have a yorkie-poo and he needs a best friend again... he lost the to cancer..
katie I moved to Atlanta from Austin so I have seen the amazing benefits of being a no-kill city! It is so rewarding.
Bridget Helping my neighbors get their pets spayed and neutered, advocating for s/n on social media, promoting adopt don't shop on social media, doing TNR in my neighborhood, talking with folks about the importance of s/n.
Suzanne
Yvette I own a humane trap and have always trapped and fixed cats in the communities I lived in. Right now, there is a young cat about six or seven months old who keeps coming onto my deck. I am feeding him/her and plan to get him/her spayed just as soon as I figure out where I can get this done close to where I live.
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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.

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