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LifeLine purchased a building and took the first steps towards our dream of opening a Community Animal Center in Atlanta. Through management of the county shelters and hard work in the communities, LifeLine was able to uncover many of the root causes for pet homelessness. We began to bridge the deficits in the systems and city with programs to support animals and the humans who love them. LifeLine’s Community Animal Center will expand that support even further by offering not only an adoption center, but also a full service, low-cost veterinary clinic.

We started our journey in a small building in Avondale Estates that now houses an adoption center and our Spay & Neuter Clinic. We have since outgrown that home and need a much bigger space to pull more adoptable animals from our county shelters and provide expanded veterinary care services for the animals in our community.

Through a capital campaign, we have raised over $3 Million dollars from generous donors to phenomenal organizations and foundations like the Petco Foundation and PetSmart Charities. Stay tuned for progress updates, pictures, and our Grand Opening on October 5, 2019!

 

You're invited to the grand opening!

 

Learn more about the LifeLine Community Animal Center

 

 

September 2019

 

 

When you enter our new adoption center, you'll be greeted by these smiling faces! 

 

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More dog kennels are being built! 

 

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Our cats have these comfy kennels in addition to multiple free-range rooms!

 

Logo Sign

 

 

August 2019

Dog Villages

Adoptable dogs will soon be happily greeting you from their colorful dog lofts.

 

Clinic Lobby desk

The lobby of our new affordable veterinary clinic is coming together beautifully.

 

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We're so excited for our new clinic space!

 

Aquarium 2 Cat Entrance

Adoptable cats will be able to say hello through their windows as soon as you walk into our new adoption lobby.

 

 

July 2019

Cat Colony Rooms

Exam Room

Volunteer Training Room

Grooming Room

 

The floors and interior windows have been installed and more progress is being made each day! These photos feature our free-range cat rooms, a clinic exam room, our volunteer training and activities room, and a dedicated grooming room. 

 

May 2019

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With paint added and some cabinets installed, it is much easier to see the finish line. These photos show the future dog housing room, cat adoption room, and clinic exam rooms!

 

March 2019

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LifeLine's founders, Rebecca Guinn and Sharon Eikey, taking a tour with the construction team as the Community Animal Center is coming together.

 

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The layout is coming together and the LifeLine Community Animal Center is on its way to becoming a safe haven and much-needed resource for Atlanta's animals.

 

 

September 2018

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We turned the effort over to the professionals who began the hard work of clearing out the space.

 

 

August 2018

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It is hard to imagine that this space will turn into a safe haven for so many homeless animals and a lifeline for those who need affordable vet care. In order to officially kick things off, the LifeLine team decided to take construction matters into their own hands. See what happened when we grabbed a sledgehammer! We can't wait to share the journey with you!



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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.

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

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