Fulton County: adopt bigger pets fee-free through ...
by Neighbor Staff
01:54 PM, Friday, May 22
The number of animals coming into Fulton County Animal Services has increased drastically due to the large number of animals born during spring. To encourage the public to adopt, LifeLine Animal Project is extending its Spring into Adoption promot...

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