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Swipe right on Bumble for LifeLine shelter dogs up for adoption, Oct. 1-6

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Swipe right on Bumble for LifeLine shelter dogs up for adoption, Oct. 1-6

Photo obtained via LifeLine Animal Project
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Photo obtained via LifeLine Animal Project

As part of Adopt a Shelter Dog Month, the Bumble dating app is showing off some of LifeLine Animal Project’s shelter dogs to Atlanta-area users, between Oct. 1 and 6.

App users who swipe right on a dog’s profile will be given information about how to meet the dog in the profile. All of the featured dogs are ready to be adopted for free, with vaccinations, microchipping, and fixed services included from the DeKalb or Fulton County Animal Services.

LifeLine and Bumble’s adoption efforts are part of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals national #FindYourFido initiative. This hashtag is the face of “a campaign focused on harnessing social media to expand awareness of adoptable shelter dogs,” according to a recent press release.

For those who aren’t interested in adopting right now, LifeLine invites people to become a “digital ambassador” by sharing the dog profiles on social media, further spreading the message of the #FindYourFido campaign.

To learn more about LifeLine Animal Project and its dog profiles check out: www.LifeLineAnimal.org, or follow LifeLine on Facebook and Twitter.

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