Pet shelters around metro Atlanta have been over capacity for months as more animals are coming in and fewer are being adopted. Many shelters have seen the number of pets double over the past year. To help alleviate the overcrowding, LifeLine Animal Project, a non-profit organization, is offering free adoptions through the end of February.
Adoption includes spay/neuter, vaccines and microchip.
Another way to help alleviate the overcrowding is to foster a pet until they find a new home. If adopting or fostering a pet isn’t an option, shelters also welcome volunteers, donations and sharing the need on social media.
– Jennifer Raaths, 360 Media, Inc.
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