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"People see the cat and they see me on the bike, and they get happy. It makes me feel like I have some influence in my life with other people to make them feel happy and maybe even feel a little bit of peace, rather than just negativity."
Finally some good news: Atlantans are adopting so many pets that one rescue group can hardly keep up
In a month-long period ending April 13, LifeLine had tallied 925 adoptions and 946 foster placements (1,871 animals total) at its three facilities, trouncing the tally for the entirety of March and April last year by about 200 pets.
Glowing hot air balloons fill Piedmont Park, the CATS Musical hits the Fox Theatre stage just in time, and a soapbox derby races through Historic Fourth Ward.
Both LifeLine Animal Project and PAWS Atlanta are launching expansion projects to continue providing low-cost pet welfare services to the community. So how can you give back to them? (Hint: Some of them involve beer.)
Atlanta writer Laura J. Moss created AdventureCats.org (and the viral Adventure Cats Instagram) as a resource for people who love going on outdoor adventures with their cats. Her new book serves as the ultimate how-to guide for training your cat embrace its wild side.
Learn how to commission a pet portrait, create a pet-friendly yard, board a pet while you're on vacation, get a dog DNA test, and more.
A look at 11 Atlanta pet owners and their very best fuzzy, feathered, and scaly friends—including the winner of our Pet Cover Contest.
We spoke to Georgians with a variety of pet-related jobs about their day-to-day, including a ER veterinarian, a pet detective, a trainer, and more.
Like parents of small children, though, pet owners are quick to explain, “If you have one, it’s all worth it.” And scientifically speaking, they’re right. Beyond the subjective—he’s so funny, he’s so sweet, he’s my best friend—there’s plenty of evidence that owning a pet is good for you, physically, psychologically, and socially.
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