A beloved organization is encountering a major crisis and the deadline is hours away. You can help to avoid the euthanasia of hundreds of beautiful, adoptable dogs.
On May 5, 2023, Lifeline Animal Project in Atlanta says it will be forced to euthanize pets due to conditions related to overcrowding. The following is from Lifeline Animal Project:
URGENT CALL TO ACTION: We must find homes for 150 dogs at DeKalb County Animal Services, 90+ dogs from Fulton County Animal Services and the overflow LifeLIne Midtown shelter which currently houses 65 dogs by Friday (5/5) or we will have to euthanize due to a lack of space. We are devastated to be facing this grim reality yet again. As an organization, we are fighting to ensure every animal has an opportunity to find a home.
WHY: When shelters are overcrowded, the animals become extremely stressed and sick. The media played a crucial role in helping find homes for almost 400 animals earlier this year. They urgently need your help once again.
LifeLine’s DeKalb County Animal Services is located at 3280 Chamblee Dunwoody Road in Chamblee. LifeLine Midtown is located at 981 Howell Mill Road in Atlanta.
Stop by the Midtown shelter (Open 7 days); DeKalb shelter (CLOSED Wednesdays). No appointment needed. Just come in and save a life.