Happy Endings
Happy Endings

VZM.IMG 20160708 160843We pulled Zark off of an urgent list in Gwinnett County and sent him all the way to Oklahoma, where he is living the life with his new mom, Katie.

Mason by the poolAn Update on the Puppy who was Badly Burned

A very special little guy just turned one, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to share an update, a letter from Mason and some new pictures!

Roxie spent seven years in a crate, before finding her forever home.roxie

A few months ago, LifeLine’s Fulton County Animal Services officers rescued 38 cats from a minivan hoarding situation. They were quickly brought to our Fulton shelter and examined by a veterinarian. Miraculously, most of the cats and kittens were in great health and quickly adopted out.  However, there was one older cat who was quite ill, so we immediately took her to GVS for extensive care, including ultrasounds, a feeding tube and biopsies.  After several weeks in care, Destin is healthy again and has found a new home. 

After everything she has been through, we are so happy she found a wonderful forever home.
LifeLine is dedicated to helping improve the lives of animals that come into our care in our shelters and in our communities. If you would like to help provide much needed medical attention to cats like Destin please donate today. 


Getting medical care and a feeding tube



Feeling better



Found a home!


Screen Shot 2016 10 11 at 5.37.55 PMOnce upon a time, two year’s ago, a fifth grade teacher named Tif decided it was time to add another dog to her family.  She already had a small dog named Manly who she often took to school with her, and she wanted Manly to have a doggie sibling.  So Tif went down to Fulton County Animal Services to look for the perfect dog, and within minutes of meeting him, she fell in love with Gary.

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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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