LifeLine is continually working to help Atlanta’s pets and to keep them out of shelters by giving pet owners resources they don’t have access to. We do things like trying to convince people to bring their animals inside, providing them with better shelter outside and providing free spay/neuters, dog houses and crates. This helps keep pets out of county shelters and with their families. However, LifeLine has delivered our last outreach dog house, so we need your help! We need contributions of dog houses, fold-up crates and kennels. If you’d like to donate these items please visit our Amazon wishlist at: http://amzn.com/w/2MU1RP76IQXYL. We will also gladly accept any used donations as well! Please bring them to 129 Lake Street, Avondale Estates, Ga. Any items will be used to help save lives in Fulton and DeKalb counties!
Fulton County Animal Services Pets of the Week
Macie is a lovely one-year-old cat with a beautiful white coat. She is declawed, spayed and ready to go home today. Macie gets along with other cats and is friendly. She would make a wonderful pet for anyone.
Annie is a beautiful jet-black domestic short haired cat who is about one year old. She is also friendly and gets along with other cats. This one year old cat loves to lie on laps and would make a cuddly pet.
Finally, we have Clara, a wonderful bundle of sweetness. Clara’s greatest desire is to cuddle with her human, and she is quickly becoming a staff favorite. The staff says that this loving girl deserves a wonderful home. Come meet her and decide if you could be the one for this special dog.
If you’d like to meet Macie, Annie or Clara, please contact Kerry at 404-613-9157 or email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org. To view dogs or cats available for adoption, please visit the shelter at 860 Marietta Blvd NW, Atlanta, 30318 or go to www.fultonanimalservices.com/adopt.
About Fulton County Animal Services
Managed by LifeLine Animal Project, Fulton County Animal Service’s mission is to provide a humane environment for Fulton County’s homeless pets while placing them into loving, permanent homes, and to end pet overpopulation by promoting spay/neuter, advocating for life-saving public policy, increasing public awareness of homeless pets and educating the community about responsible pet ownership. To learn more, visit www.fultonanimalservices.com.