Pets for Life (PFL) , the outreach program of LifeLine Animal Project, focuses on meeting people where they are and to connect them with resources so that their pets have a better quality of life, honors the love people have for their pets and helps people and their pets stay together by closing the gap that exists in impoverished areas.
Since 2012, Pets For Life has provided free pet food, free veterinary care, free pet supplies, free transportation, free pet behavior assistance, other pet and people resources, and more to these communities.
LifeLine Animal Project, our parent organization, runs the operations and Field Services for Fulton County Animal Services in Fulton County, Georgia, in the same area as our PFL focus area. We knew there were a lot of people with pets that had little to no resources for their pets. There was only one vet clinic within a 60 square mile radius, and only one pet store. Most of our clients were feeding their pets with whatever food they eat, or buying really cheaply made food from 'Dollar' stores because it was the only resource they had. We also found that providing pet food is a wonderful way to build trust in the community, and we have really made strides in connecting our clients with even more resources through our PFL program and our shelters (adoption, reclaiming their lost pets from the shelter, spay/neuter, vet care, etc.) We know that our clients love and adore their pets, and sometimes just need a little support.
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