All LifeLine shelter locations are currently open with safety protocols in place for our teams and visitors. For information about the outbreak happening in our shelters, including how you can support the animals recovering in our care, please visit our FAQ page.
LifeLine cares for 40,000 animals a year in our shelters, clinics and communities. With innovative programs and solutions, LifeLine has transformed Atlanta into a lifesaving city for lost pets and shelter animals. In 2013, we were awarded the contracts to manage the two formerly high-kill shelters, Fulton and DeKalb County Animal Services. And, we are now sustaining no-kill lifesaving rates of 90% or higher at both shelters. We opened the LifeLine Community Animal Center in 2019. It has a fun adoption center, with outdoor catios and play yards. And the veterinary clinic provides high-quality, low-cost vet care to help make pet care more affordable.
LifeLine was proud to join Human Animal Support Services (HASS), a national initiative working to transform animal welfare, as a pilot partner. We believe that people shouldn’t have to give up the pets they love because of financial difficulties. To that end, we created Community Support teams at our county shelters to help struggling pet owners keep the pets they love during difficult times. Our outreach programs and events also provide thousands of people with free veterinary care, pet food, supplies and resources.
LifeLine has performed over 140,000 free and low-cost spay/neuter surgeries at the LifeLine Spay & Neuter Clinics, including 50,000 outdoor cats through our Community Cats Program, metro Atlanta’s first and largest Trap-Neuter-Return assistance program. If you need help with a pet, LifeLine is there to support you.
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