LIFELINE ANIMAL PROJECT OFFERS SPECIAL ADOPTION RATES DURING
‘ADOPT A LUCKY CHARM’ PROMOTION AT DEKALB AND FULTON COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES
ATLANTA (March 3, 2015) — You don’t need a four-leaf clover to get the luck of the Irish this St. Patrick’s Day. LifeLine Animal Project invites you to adopt your lucky charm at DeKalb County Animal Services (DCAS), Fulton County Animal Services (FCAS) and LifeLine Animal Project’s Shelter and receive special adoption rates during their ‘Adopt a Lucky Charm’ promotion. Between March 1 and March 31, any dog or puppy may be adopted for only $40, and any cat and kitten may be adopted for only $25. Standard adoption screening criteria still applies. Adopted pets will be spayed or neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, heartworm or combo tested and dewormed.
According to LifeLine Animal Project CEO Rebecca Guinn, there are plenty of ‘lucky charms’ waiting to fill your life with love. “We have so many great dogs and cats who are ready to become loyal family members,” she says. “Their luck will change for the better when you adopt one, and so will yours.”
For adoption hours, location and pictures of available animals, please visitwww.dekalbanimalservices.com, www.fultonanimalservices.com or www.lifelineanimalproject.org.
About LifeLine Animal Project
Founded in 2002, LifeLine Animal Project is a nonprofit organization providing lifesaving solutions to end the killing of healthy and treatable animals in county shelters, promote animal welfare and prevent pet overpopulation in metro Atlanta. As the managing organization for DeKalb County Animal Services and Fulton County Animal Services, LifeLine has dramatically increased adoption rates and decreased euthanasia rates by more than half at both shelters. The organization also operates two low-cost spay/neuter clinics, which have performed 80,000 surgeries to date, and its own rehabilitative, no-kill shelter. Other outreach efforts include its Catlanta trap-neuter-return program, the first and largest in metro Atlanta, for stray and feral cats. For more information, please visit www.lifelineanimal.org.
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