Banana is as cute as his name. He is a one-year-old playful and happy boy. He enjoys his canine friends and is always up for a game of fetch. You can meet Banana located at LifeLine’s Fulton County Animal Services shelter, 860 Marietta Blvd in Atlanta.
LifeLine Animal Project has so many wonderful pets to choose from: a variety of cats, kittens galore, little Yorkies, big Labs, beautiful German Shepherds and adorable mixed breeds! If you’re looking for a new pet, you’ll want to check out LifeLines big adoption event on August 19th.
LIFELINE ANIMAL PROJECT JOINS NATIONWIDE EFFORT TO
“CLEAR THE SHELTERS” ON AUGUST 19!
On Saturday, August 19th, metro Atlanta’s largest animal welfare organization, LifeLine Animal Project, will join over 700 shelters across the country for the national Clear the Shelters adoption event. Not only will LifeLine waive fees on all animals at each of its four shelters, but they will also include the pet’s spay/neuter, microchip and vaccines — a $250 value — at no cost! Additionally, all adopters will receive coupons for an additional $200 worth of free veterinary services from VIP Petcare!
Adopters can choose a pet from any of LifeLine’s shelters, including:
- DeKalb County Animal Services (DCAS), 3280 Chamblee Dunwoody Road in Chamblee;
- Fulton County Animal Services (FCAS), 860 Marietta Boulevard in Atlanta;
- LifeLine Dog House & Kitty Motel, 129 Lake Street in Avondale Estates;
- LifeLine Cat Adoption Center, 3172 E. Ponce De Leon Avenue in Scottdale.
LifeLine cared for 15,653 homeless pets in 2016, and has increased adoptions at their county shelters by 300% in the four year’s they’ve managed them.
About LifeLine Animal Project
A nonprofit founded in 2002, LifeLine Animal Project provides lifesaving solutions to end the euthanasia of healthy and treatable animals in county shelters. LifeLine manages DeKalb and Fulton County Animal Services, where they’ve increased adoptions by 300 percent, as well as a private rehabilitative shelter and two LifeLine Spay & Neuter Clinics. LifeLine cares for over 29,000 animals annually and has performed over 105,000 free and low-cost spay/neuter surgeries to date, including 30,000 stray/feral cats through their Community Cats program, metro Atlanta’s first and largest trap-neuter-return program. Their outreach involves improving the standard of care for animals in the community and preventing pet overpopulation.