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Pets thrive in homes! When you open your heart and home to a shelter pet for any amount of time, you’ll help keep them happy and healthy. You’ll also free up limited shelter space for other pets who enter our shelters.

There is nothing like the love and warmth of a family. Fostering enables pets to thrive in a home where they are less stressed and better socialized. Additionally, animals in homes are less likely to get sick than pets in shelters. LifeLine provides vet care, supplies, support and adoption assistance. We have a wide variety of needs and animals to fit any family’s lifestyle. Share your home with a shelter pet and help save lives!

Foster a dog

Check out a few of our dog fostering opportunities below.

General Fostering
Many dogs in our care are happy, healthy and ready to find their new family. All they need from you is a comfy place to stay, a little love and help to find their perfect match!

Dog for the Day
You can take out one of our pups for the day to the park, go for a hike, or simply relax at your house. The possibilities are endless!

Weekend Warriors
Let a shelter dog spend their weekend with you! From exploring Atlanta to hanging out at your home, help us learn more about our dogs to help them find their perfect home.

Medical Treatment
Pets with special medical needs benefit from living in a quiet, non-stressful environment where they can heal. LifeLine covers all veterinary costs.

foster a cat

Check out a few of our cat fostering opportunities below.

Bottle Babies
Bottle babies must be fed formula every two to four hours, stimulated to go to the bathroom, kept on a heat source, weighed before each feeding, and closely monitored for illnesses.

When a pregnant cat or a new mom and her litter come into our care, placing them into foster care is critical to ensure that the babies stay healthy and learn proper socialization skills.

Special Needs
Some kittens and cats need additional socialization or may have a specific medical concern best cared for in a foster home.

Weaned Kittens
When kittens are old enough to eat on their own but too young to be spayed or neutered, they benefit from living in a foster home where they continue to grow and play until they are ready for adoption.

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