LifeLine Animal Project shelters in urgent need of adoption and foster care
In July, LifeLine Animal Project’s Fulton and DeKalb County Animal Services shelters took in 1804 animals, averaging an influx of about 30 animals per day.
Last July, the Fulton shelter took in 794 animals and the DeKalb shelter took in 706 animals whereas this past July, Fulton took in 934 and DeKalb took in 870, adding more than 300 animals into the mix this year and creating an urgent need for some relief.
Moving forward, these two LifeLine shelters are in search of people interested in adopting or fostering an animal. According to a recent press release, you can foster for any length of time, with all of the animal’s needs provided by LifeLine.
“We have hundreds of metro Atlanta’s homeless pets who deserve to make it out alive and into loving homes, but that won’t happen without metro Atlanta’s help,” Fulton County Animal Services Director Lara Hudson said in a recent press release. “We urgently need foster homes for any amount of time or adopters.”