Half-priced pet adoptions in November, Greyhound adoptions in Avondale this weekend
LifeLine Animal Project, which runs DeKalb County Animal Services (DCAS) and Fulton County Animal Services (FCAS), is offering half-priced adoptions this month on all dogs, 25 pounds or more, and all cats.
The discounted adoption fee includes a microchip, vaccinations, and getting your new pet spayed or neutered. You can adopt a pet through DCAS, FCAS, or Lifeline’s adoption centers in Avondale Estates and Scottdale.
The promotion is being called “Give Shelter Pets a Reason to be Thankful.” Lifeline CEO Rebecca Guinn said in a press release the goal is to help shelter animals find homes for the holiday season. “All pets deserve a warm bed, a full belly and someone to love them, and in return they bring many positive benefits to a home,” Guinn said in the release.
Southeastern Greyhound Adoption will be answering questions about adopting the breed from 12 p.m. until 2 p.m. The greyhounds won’t be there because the commotion can be overwhelming for them. Atlanta Animal Rescue Friends will be at Second Life with adoptable pets from 12 p.m. until 3 p.m. Saturday.
If kittens are your jam, two five-month-old foster kittens named Laverne and Shirley are up for adoption at Second Life’s Furniture, Decor and More location at 89 N. Clarendon Ave.