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Donnica Smalls

Donni began volunteering with LifeLine last year and has made a remarkable impact on Atlanta's animals! From volunteering at our ATL Puppy Bowl to creating flyers to help our adoptable pups stand out, Donni is always ready to lend a helping hand. Read more about Donni below! 

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The cats at our Cat Adoption Center on Ponce love Karin and Steve's weekly visits. They shower our cats with lots of love and affection, which helps them relax in their temporary home. They've even made friends with some of our shyest kitties! We're so glad to have Karin and Steve on our volunteer team! 

When Tequila came into our Fulton County Animal Services location, she was in terrible condition, very underweight, with several stab wounds. Our on-site clinic team tended to her wounds, took her on walks outside of the shelter, and showered her with love and affection.

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From making flyers, to helping adopters find their perfect match, to fostering special needs pups, Deb is always there to help at LifeLine's Dog House & Kitty Motel in Avondale Estates. Read her profile below!

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We are out of space at LifeLine’s DeKalb County Animal Services shelter, and the animals need your help, Atlanta!

 

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LifeLine loves the many letters and emails we receive from people about our former shelter pets! In honor of Valentine’s Day, we’re sharing a few of our favorite love notes with you.

We Need Help

Fulton County Government will be renovating the front of LifeLine’s Fulton County Animal Services shelter, tentatively starting at the end of this month.

 

This renovation will make the shelter a better experience for our guests, cutting down on odors and improving the overall shelter environment. Changes of this magnitude will require we find homes immediately for 50 cats and as many dogs as possible in our shelter. We currently have over 400 dogs and 72 cats and urgently need help getting animals out ASAP! Here's how you can help... 

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Otter spent the last year with LifeLine training to become a service dog. Last week, he headed up north to Animal Farm Foundation, who will place him with a person that needs his help. As Otter's journey with LifeLine came to a close, his trainer and foster Katie Corbett reflected on their time together. Read on for to get an inside look at Otter's year with LifeLine. 

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With Valentine’s Day coming up, no one will be more appreciative of your love than Atlanta’s shelter pets! Here are some of the helpful ways you can SHOW YOUR LOVE for them ... 

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Founded in 2002 and now managing DeKalb and Fulton County Animal Services, LifeLine Animal Project is the leading non-profit organization working to end the euthanasia of healthy and treatable dogs and cats in metro Atlanta shelters. Together, we will make Atlanta a no-kill community.

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