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Pets for Educators: Free Pet Adoption for Teachers, Faculty or Staff


URGENT NEED: Summer Fund SOS!

Summer can be brutal for homeless dogs and cats. Deadly diseases like parvo and heartworm are rampant, and animals struggle daily to find the food and water to survive. With your support, we can take them in and place them all in forever, loving homes. Donate Now.

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Letter from the President

From the President: March, 2017

Dear Friends: Advancing animal welfare and improving the lives of animals in the Southeast is the duty of our entire community. This community includes animal welfare advocates and supporters like you as well as the many animal welfare organizations in our area. Collaborations between these animal welfare organizations are key, especially considering our goals are all the same – to save animal lives. This year, we strived to lead these collaborations. Made possible by support from [...]

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Gecko

Gecko and his siblings were tossed from a moving vehicle, discarded as if they were trash. Gecko was then hit by a car, and our good friends at Coco's Cupboard Animal Rescue contacted the Atlanta Humane [...]

Snow

A local animal control agency contacted the Atlanta Humane Society's Shelter Medicine Team in need of assistance; sweet Snow was in dire need of an operation on her leg.  Before the operation, our Veterinarians performed [...]

Ke Ke

Ke Ke can't wait to meet you! This sweet 9-year-old girl is so ready to find her forever home. Ke Ke can only eat wet food because she has no teeth! But she doesn't [...]

Raider

Raider has been looking for his forever home for over two months! This kitty is a handsome older gentleman with a sweet personality. At 10 years old, Raider just wants to find a quiet place [...]

Bridget

She was covered in abrasions, shivering and absolutely terrified. Huddled on the ledge of a bridge off I-20. She had lost all hope.  Cars were whizzing past her. And with each one that zoomed past, she became more and more fearful. Bridget had [...]