LifeLine Animal Project raising funds for Community Animal CenterPhoto provided by LifeLine
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This story has been updated.
LifeLine Animal Project, which manages shelters in DeKalb and Fulton counties, is raising money to build a 25,000 square foot community animal center.
“The new 25,000 square foot facility will feature a full-service, low-cost veterinary clinic that will be open to the public, and a premiere adoption center which will increase the adoption capacity by 2,000 annually,” the organization said in a press release. “The goal of the Community Animal Center is to keep more animals from being surrendered to shelters by providing affordable wellness care up front, while helping every adoptable animal that comes into their shelters find a forever home. LifeLine currently cares for 30,000 animals a year at its clinics and shelters.”
The facility will be located at 3180 Presidential Drive, Atlanta.
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The clinic will allow the organization to help an additional 20,000 animals annually, the press release says.
“The establishment of a Community Animal Center is the next critical step in LifeLine’s continued effort to make Atlanta a no-kill community,” LifeLine Animal Project CEO Rebecca Guinn said.
The organization has $3.2 million already pledged to construct the new building. To learn more about the project, click here.
LifeLine provided a blue print of the center’s proposed layout.
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