About LifeLine Animal Project

aliceLifeLine Animal Project is working to end the euthanasia of healthy and treatable dogs and cats in animal shelters.

Our programs strengthen the entire animal welfare community by promoting homeless pet adoption, providing affordable spay/neuter services, increasing public awareness, and advocating for lifesaving public policy. And, by supporting the work of other rescue organizations and animal control agencies, both locally and nationally, we have established a network of hope that continues to grow.

The LifeLine Spay & Neuter Clinics, our low cost, high-quality, high-volume clinics, have performed over 71,000 low-cost or no-cost spay/neuter surgeries. Additionally, LifeLine operates Catlanta, the only organized feral and stray cat assistance program in the area, which has provided more than 22,520 below-cost sterilizations and vaccinations for Atlanta’s feral and stray cat population.

Each year, nearly 500 dogs and cats come through our special care facilities, LifeLine’s Dog House and Kitty Motel, where we provide both medical and behavioral rehabilitation for abandoned and abused animals with special needs, particularly victims of animal cruelty. We also make this special care available to local rescue groups seeking extra help for their own animals in need.

Our nationally recognized shelter evaluation team provides assessments and consultations at animal care and control shelters across the country to improve operations, reduce disease, and help animal control agencies save more lives.

Our website is home to the largest online pet adoption network in Atlanta. More than 50 shelters and rescue groups throughout the area post adoptable animals to our searchable database, which features over 1500 animals available for adoption each day.

At LifeLine, every life is precious.  LifeLine is unique in providing effective high-volume programs – our spay and neuter efforts, our feral cat program, our support to county animal control shelters – while at the same time fulfilling the promise of life and love for every dog and cat who comes into our care. LifeLine is a no-kill organization and advocate.

All of our programs are made possible only through the help of concerned pet lovers. LifeLine Animal Project is an IRS 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, and donations are tax-deductible. With your help, we are building lifesaving communities – one animal at a time.  And thanks to you, we can ensure a brighter future for all homeless pets.

LifeLine Animal Project

P.O. Box 15466
Atlanta, GA 30333
404.292.8800
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