Hot off the Presses!
When it comes to the news, all of the cats and dogs at LifeLine are news hounds! Here is a sampling of their recent appearances in the media (with occasional mention of LifeLine's human staff).
Ginger: The Dog Who Surprised Everyone
Several years ago, when a county animal shelter needed to paint their floors, they asked no-kill shelters and rescuers to help them by taking as many dogs as possible. The rest were to be euthanized. LifeLine Animal Project responded by taking several dogs and cats into their no-kill shelter. And when they saw that a dog and her puppies were going to be left behind, LifeLine took them too.
What do you get when you take 24 excited kids, combine them with 12 eager shelter dogs, and put them in a serene state park setting to walk on nature trails? You get healthier kids!
Free Pet Adoptions to Honor Teachers
For the month of June, it's "Creatures for Teachers"! Rescued dogs and cats can be teacher's pets this month when LifeLine waives all adoption fees for educators and school administrators in Georgia.
Free Pet Adoptions to Honor Girl Scouts
LifeLine Animal Project salutes the Girl Scouts on their 100th anniversary and local Scouts reciprocate by helping homeless pets. Throughout the month of March, we are waiving all dog and cat adoption fees for present and past Girl Scouts and Scout leaders!
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