Happy Endings

Mason came to LifeLine in rough shape, but we never gave up on himA Yorkie puppy came into LifeLine's Fulton County Animal Services shelter covered in chemical burns. Learn how this sweet boy was healed and found his forever home!

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MASON IN MOTION!For all the Mason the Yorkie fans (we are fans too) we wanted to show you the little soldier in his foster home as he continues to get better and better, recovering from the abuse of chemical burns. Look how good he looks now!An amazing thing we see every single day at our three shelters is the ability of animals to rise to any occasion, to play, to thrive, to forgive, to move up and on with their lives in ways that humans might find hard or even impossible to do. We are inspired every day, all day, by miracles like Mason. They show us the way!Another inspiration comes from all the people who support pets like little Mason, who support LifeLine's work in the community, who step up and show their willingness to help us help homeless dogs and cats. With you, we can do anything. Mason is proof!Our heartfelt thanks for joining us. www.LifeLineAnimal.org

Posted by LifeLine Animal Project on Tuesday, October 13, 2015


Miracle Mason has been adopted!Remember Mason, the abused 4-month-old yorkie pup turned into LifeLine's Fulton County Animal Services covered in chemical burns?

Remember how we all held our breath waiting to see if the little guy would make it? How he would do in treatment? Whether he'd be completely blind?

He did make it. This brave boy responded wonderfully to treatment, and now Mason has a HOME! He's been adopted!

This tiny champ loves to play with his toys, he loves to sit in laps and give love, he enjoys exploring and he's getting better every single day. He's thriving under the care of his former foster parents who are now his forever mom and dad!

Mason found his furever home!"Mason's eyes are great," said his adopters. "He seems to see things very well and has no problem finding his toys when they are thrown for him. His eyes are still a bit cloudy from the scarring but will hopefully eventually clear completely. His fur has almost completely grown back in and is full wild and crazy puppy!"

Sometimes pets like Mason are carried through our doors initially as tragedies. We apply our resources, our dedicated staff and all the help you give us, and endeavor to help them walk out those same doors as miracles. Mason is one of those miracles. We can't thank you enough for all the donations, presents and the cheerleading you all did for this spunky survivor! You made all the difference.

We can't stop smiling and we hope you are smiling too. Let's hear it for Mason! Live well, little one. We all love you.

Please keep spreading the word that there is a $10,000 reward for info that leads to the successful prosecution and conviction of Mason’s perpetrator. If you have any information, please call LifeLine's Fulton County Animal Services at 404-613-2163.

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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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