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Mission Statement

Atlanta Pet Rescue and Adoption (APRA) is a non-profit, no-kill shelter dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating dogs and cats so they can be adopted into safe and loving forever homes.

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Values

  • Adoption: We rescue unwanted or mistreated animals so they have a second chance in loving forever homes that are the best fit for them. Unlike other rescues, we provide the medical care and enrichment/training to make our animals adoptable pets. Our goal is to match them with owners who will properly care for them for the remainder of their lives.
  • Education: We educate the public about responsible pet ownership through counseling, presentations and seminars, and distribution of educational materials. Whether shelter visitors leave with a pet or not, they will leave with knowledge that makes them better pet owners.
  • Responsibility: While we endeavor to reduce and hopefully someday end homelessness for dogs and cats in metro Atlanta, we conscientiously manage our adoption fees, donations and other funds to provide quality care for rescued animals and sustain our operations.

Programs

APRA provides a multifaceted enrichment program to ensure the maximum well-being of our animals so they are able to transition successfully to new, forever homes. Also, we give back to the community through outreach programs for area nursing home residents, at-risk youth, and injured soldiers transitioning to civilian life.

Website

http://www.atlantapetrescue.org

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Would you recommend Atlanta Pet Rescue and Adoption?

by Megan K. (June 28, 2013)
I have been volunteering with this amazing organization since moving to Atlanta. The animals at this no-kill shelter are so well cared for and it's a wonderful facility. I love being there! I've had multiple volunteer roles (open, close, deep clean, front desk) and have also taken "dog buddies" off site for long walks on the Comet Trail and at Piedmont Park. I can't have a dog because of my husband's allergies but have always been an animal lover, so this is a great way to get to interact with some fantastic animals while helping out a impeccably run non-profit.
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