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‘Adopt a Lucky Charm’ adoption promotion at DeKalb County Animal Services

Adopt your "lucky charm" at DeKalb County Animal Services
Adopt your "lucky charm" at DeKalb County Animal Services
Lifeline Animal Project

Prospective pet parents can get “lucky” this St. Patrick’s Day during the LifeLine Animal Project and DeKalb County Animal Services (DCAS) “Adopt a Lucky Charm” adoption promotion. Between March 17 and March 21, any dog or puppy may be adopted for only $40 and any cat and kitten may be adopted for only $25. The normal adoption screening procedures still apply. All adopted pets will be spayed or neutered, microchipped, vaccinated, heartworm or combo tested and dewormed.

According to DCAS Director Susan Feingold, there are plenty of “lucky charms” waiting to fill your life with love. “We have so many great dogs and cats who are ready to become loyal family members,” she says. “Their luck will change for the better when you adopt one, and so will yours.”

Click here to see all of the animals available for adoption from DCAS. The DCAS Shelter is located at 845 Camp Road in Decatur and is open the following hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; and Sunday from Noon to 4 p.m.

About DeKalb County Animal Services (from the March 14, 2014 Press Release)

Managed by LifeLine Animal Project, DeKalb County Animal Services provides humane care for animals at the shelter, veterinary care, pet adoptions, pet reclaim services, volunteer opportunities, foster care, and rescue group coordination. To learn more, please visit the website.

About LifeLine Animal Project (from the LifeLine Animal Project Facebook page)

LifeLine Animal Project is working 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 low-cost spay/neuter services, increase public awareness, and advocate for lifesaving public policy.

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