By Karen Hirsch
Every day is
a good day to adopt a dog, but Friday at Fulton County Animal Services (FCAS)
is especially good, because it’s Free Dog Friday!
Any dog who has been at the shelter for over three
weeks is absolutely FREE! This free adoption includes the dog’s spay or neuter,
microchip, vaccinations, and more. That’s a $200 value for free! Potential
adopters will still be screened to ensure the animals are being placed in good
Fulton County Animal Services Pets of the Week
Who can you adopt at no cost today? You can adopt Nia, a very loving two-year-old girl who has cute ears and a sweet disposition. Nia gets along well with other dogs and is good with everyone. She is also smart and learns quickly. Nia loves to play in the yard and would be a good exercise buddy. And Nia is FREE today!
Our next Pet of the Week is Starlet. Starlet is a beautiful, three-year-old girl who is living in the adoption office. She loves to sleep in a chair at night and would make an excellent snuggler and sleeping buddy. Starlet is extremely affectionate and extremely gentle, so she’d do well with anyone. She is spayed, microchipped, vaccinated and ready to go home today!
Next up are two cats: Patricia and Annie. Patricia is a lovely five-year-old domestic short haired cat. She gets along well with other cats and is very sweet and affectionate. She is already spayed, microchipped, vaccinated and can leave today!
Annie is a one-year-old domestic short-haired-cat who is also sweet and affectionate. She is a jet black, very beautiful, laid back and gets along well with other cats. Annie has been at the shelter since September and would love to have a home to call her own.
If you’d like to meet any of these terrific animals, please contact Kerry at 404-613-9157 or email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org. To view dogs or cats available for adoption, please visit the shelter at 860 Marietta Blvd NW, Atlanta, 30318 or go to www.fultonanimalservices.com/adopt.
About Fulton County Animal Services
Managed by LifeLine Animal Project, Fulton County Animal Service’s mission is to provide a humane environment for Fulton County’s homeless pets while placing them into loving, permanent homes, and to end pet overpopulation by promoting spay/neuter, advocating for life-saving public policy, increasing public awareness of homeless pets and educating the community about responsible pet ownership. To learn more, visit www.fultonanimalservices.com.