By Iman Naim
LifeLine has worked for 10 years to help tens of thousands of animals and prevent death from disease, neglect, and euthanasia. The organization also promotes pet adoption, provides spay/neutering services, and increases public awareness towards animals.
With programs like “Feral Freedom,” stray cats are being spayed/neutered and either returned to their neighborhood or adopted. The program reduced the euthanasia rate by 78 percent in just one year. LifeLine also trains service dogs for veterans with PTSD.
The donations will be used to promote pet adoption and to provide low-cost spay and neutering to pets in financially struggling homes.
To donate to LifeLine Animal Project, visit www.LifeLineAnimal.org or mail a check to: P.O. Box 15466, Atlanta, GA 30333.