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Our foster program is instrumental to the lifesaving work we do every single day. From bottle-feeding kittens to heartworm positive seniors dogs, we have a pet to fit your lifestyle! Fostering is a temporary commitment, ranging from one week to a few months. We will provide the vet care, training and support you need - you just provide the love! Fill out the short form below to start the process of becoming a LifeLine foster parent!


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While LifeLine Animal Project’s management has dramatically lowered the euthanasia rate at DeKalb County Animal Services (DCAS), with half of all litters unplanned, there is always more we can do to reduce intake. Hoping to stem the number of animals coming in, LifeLine is implementing SNIP DeKalb (Spay Neuter Impact Program), which will provide free spay/neuters for cats and medium-large breed dogs, along with free vaccinations, for DeKalb County pet owners who need our help.

julieadopted02According to LifeLine’s DCAS Shelter Director Kerry Moyers-Horton, spaying and neutering is critical in reducing the number of homeless and unwanted pets entering the shelter during warmer months. “We see a staggering number of unwanted pets in DeKalb County, and the main reason is because people are not fixing their pets,” she says. “By eliminating financial barriers and encouraging DeKalb County residents to get their pets fixed, we hope to see a drastic reduction in the number of dogs and cats entering our shelter.” Dogs can be fixed as early as eight weeks, and cats can as early as ten weeks, so do not wait and miss out on these limited funds.

DeKalb residents who own cats or medium-large breed dogs that cannot afford to pay for low-cost spay/neuter services themselves should print and fill out the SNIP DeKalb Application Form and then mail it in, or drop it off at the DCAS shelter at 3280 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd. Chamblee, GA 30341 (where applications are also available). When approved, applicants will receive a voucher for a free spay/neuter and instructions in the mail. 

Atlanta Area Low Cost Spay and Neuter Clinics:amoss

The following clinics provide discounted spays and neuters to the public.  Please contact each clinic for price information. 

LifeLine Animal Project - Decatur/Avondale
129 Lake Street
Avondale Estates, GA 30002
404-292-8800
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LifeLine Animal Project - Southside
2533 Sullivan Road
College Park, GA 30337
678-973-2881
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