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:  
Peggy spay/neuter/microchip my pets, volunteer at and donate to animal shelters, adopt homeless animals
Gabrielle Volunteering at shelter events, walking dogs, and fostering!
Dell I'm looking for a small dog please help
Sandra I have always had rescue cats and dogs. I just lost my dog Winnie The Pooh, a few weeks ago and I am alone for the first time in over 20 years. A friend is helping me search for a new companion. I am going to have him contact your place.
Kealy
Ladan
Hanna
Amy I adopted my sweet dog from Lifeline on May 2nd!
sarah I adopt as many pets as I can afford and fit in my space.
edna I have personally rescued and brought back to health pets that have been abandoned and placed them in homes who love them and care for them. All in my personal time and money. So I am all in for no kill as they deserve love and an opportunity to give love in return and at that they will always be superior than us Humans. I also have 3 rescues of my own.
Dana Currently caring for 2 community cats - 1 who is ready for his forever home after neutering and checkup, the other a true community cat who will do best with TNR - and have rescued at least 2 dozen cats off the streets of Lewiston, Maine, over the 10 years I've lived here. I'll be bringing the same commitment and care with me when I move back to Atlanta, hopefully this summer.
Brett I'm in. I'm donating 100 dollars every month from here on out. Wish I could donate more and some months I will try to. Thank you for all you have done for Atlanta and the pets and families that call it home. This organization brings tears to my eyes!
Kayla Anything that helps these animals stay in the no kill community. We pets have to be evacuated its very sad , because their life could have been better. These animals deserve a righteous life. They deserve better treatment. I would love to help change losses of lives of these beautiful animals. I would love to soon take part in helping animals from being Ill and in bad condition, to help them find even more better homes by great donating programs, and to adopt some myself. I hope these animals stay blessed, and I hope enough people support this foundation for our creatures.
Kayla Anything that helps these animals stay in the no kill community. We pets have to be evacuated its very sad , because their life could have been better. These animals deserve a righteous life. They deserve better treatment. I would love to help change losses of lives of these beautiful animals. I would love to soon take part in helping animals from being Ill and in bad condition, to help them find even more better homes by great donating programs, and to adopt some myself. I hope these animals stay blessed, and I hope enough people support this foundation for our creatures.
Jheyson Adopting
Amber I am a true animal lover. And I love to learn about them more and more everyday. Rescuing animals is the job I want and would love to have in the future. I want to take my first step with this opportunity to support saving animals not only in the metro Atlanta area but around the country.
Pansy
Kierra
Cher I will sign for emails and donate when I can!
Lyndsey I'm pledging to volunteer at Fulton county animal services and help dogs in need.
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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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