NO cat or dog adoption fees in June for educators in Georgia, from pre-K to post-grad. LifeLine Animal Project is waiving its standard $80-$120 pet adoption fees for teachers throughout the month of June and allowing them to adopt a pet for free.
"Teachers are a vital part of the well-being of our communities,” says Rebecca Guinn, founder and executive director of LifeLine. “They deserve recognition and appreciation. We hope that any faculty or school staff planning to add a pet to their family this summer will consider adopting from our no-kill Dog House or Kitty Motel. We invite them to become part of our own extended adoptive community.”
All adoptable dogs and cats at LifeLine are up-to-date on their vaccinations, spayed or neutered and micro-chipped. Many dogs in LifeLine’s no-kill Dog House have also had some obedience training.
All potential pet parents must meet LifeLine’s standard criteria for adopting a pet and must fill out an application, either online through LifeLine's "Virtual Shelter" at www.LifeLineAnimal.org, or in person at their Avondale location at 129 Lake Street.
About LifeLine Animal Project:
Founded in 2002, LifeLine Animal Project is non-profit organization working on collaborative no-kill solutions to stop the euthanasia of healthy and treatable dogs and cats in metro Atlanta animal shelters. LifeLine’s focus is to promote the adoption of homeless pets, provide affordable spay/neuter services, and advocate for lifesaving public policy