Pets For Life Helps Its 20,000th Pet!
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Tyson

Tyson happens to be our 20,000th pet served through our Pets for Life program, and is a perfect example of why we are needed in the community. Tyson is a bundle of joy, loves people and other dogs, loves going for walks, and above all... deserves to be part of a loving family with his mom, Belita. With just a little support from our program, Belita can provide all the love Tyson needs.

 

We originally met Belita at one of our Healthy Pets Fulton events, where she came with her three dogs to get their free vaccinations, microchips, and vet exams. She was so impressed about how involved we were in the community, that she felt impelled to volunteer herself. Not only has volunteered at our Healthy Pets events since, but when our Pets for Life (PFL) center had a fire, she came almost every day for two weeks to help us clean up the damage, salvage what we could, and remain open and help other clients who came who still needed supplies. She feeds community cats and helped get them TNR'd through PFL, and have also had all of her pets vetted and spayed or neutered through the program.

 

Tyson

 

A couple of weeks ago, one of her dogs Spirit passed away due to old age health complications. As fate has it, she happened to find an older puppy running around the streets. He easily came to her, and she tried to find his owner, but to no avail. Belita then reached out to the PFL team to get him vetted, because she knew he came to her for a reason; Tyson was there to help heal her heart after her loss of Spirit.

 

Your gift today will help us continue to help keep pets with the families that love them by providing vet care, supplies and support through our Pets for Life program. Donate this #GivingTuesdayNow at gagives.org/lifelineanimal.



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