Cat and Dog Adoptions Needed In GA

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“PICK A MAY FLOWER” AT LIFELINE ANIMAL PROJECT

ADOPT A PET FROM ANY OF LIFELINE’S SHELTERS FOR ONLY $20!  

Cat and Dog Adoption Promotion applies to all dogs over 25 lbs. and all cats

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ATLANTA, GA — (May 2, 2016)  April showers have brought our shelters an increased number of  “May Flowers” this month, so LifeLine Animal Project is running a “Pick A May Flower” promotion to encourage adoptions.  Throughout May, all dogs over 25 lbs. and all cats may be adopted from LifeLine’s shelters: DeKalb County Animal Services (DCAS), Fulton County Animal Services (FCAS), LifeLine’s Dog House & Kitty Motel and LifeLine’s Cat Adoption Center.

The adoption includes the pet’s spay/neuter, microchip and vaccines – a $250 value at no cost.  To view animals available for adoption, for adoption rates, or for the shelters’ addresses and phone numbers, please visit www.dekalbanimalservices.com, www.fultonanimalservices.com or www.lifelineanimal.org.

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, as well as a private rehabilitative shelter and two LifeLine Spay & Neuter Clinics. LifeLine cares for over 27,000 animals annually and has performed over 95,000 free and low-cost spay/neuter surgeries to date, including 30,000 stray/feral cats through Catlanta, metro Atlanta’s first and largest trap-neuter-return program. Outreach programs focus on improving the standard of care for animals in the community and preventing pet overpopulation. For more information, please visit LifeLineAnimal.org or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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WagBrag’s co-founder, Russ Boles, has a deep history in animal rescue and welfare. For the past 12 years, Russ has served in various roles with Atlanta-based animal advocacy organizations focused on rescue, training and education. In addition, Russ led a local rescue volunteer team into New Orleans immediately after Hurricane Katrina, assisting in efforts to rescue and care for stranded animals. This experience changed his life, and animal rescue and advocacy will always be a part of everything he does.

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