After major adoption event, LifeLine Animal Project helps more than 100 animals find homesPhoto provided by LifeLine
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Following LifeLine Animal Project’s “Clear the Shelter” event last Saturday, 147 animals were able to find new homes, LifeLine said in a press release.
The fee-waived adoption event took place after LifeLine faced a crisis-level number of pets, with intake levels higher than ever and 40 to 60 new animals arriving daily.
At LifeLine’s DeKalb County Animal Services shelter, 25 dogs and 39 cats found new homes, including a cat named Unger who was “not only very gentle when his potential new four-year-old human sister, Lilly, met him, but also touched noses with the family’s Westie dog and is now part of the family,” LifeLine said.
Additionally, LifeLine’s Fulton County Animal Services shelter had 38 dogs and 15 cats adopted, including a kitten named Bob who “became 6-year-old Cameron’s first pet ever.”
LifeLine’s Dog House & Kitty Motel also had a number of adoptions, with six dogs and 25 cats finding new homes, including a dog named Kate, who was the longest-term resident at the shelter.
Here are some more photos from the adoption event:
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