Through March 31, the nonprofit is offering pet adoptions for $20, which includes the animal’s spay/neuter, microchip and vaccines.
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LifeLine is trying to get as many animals as possible out of the shelters in case staffing has to be reduced or the shelters have to close to the public and cease adoptions due to the virus. About 40 to 60 animals come into the shelter every day.
To avoid the spread of the coronavirus, LifeLine is offering appointment-only visits. Staff members will bring animals outside to meet people at their cars.
Visit LifeLineAnimal.org/foster or LifeLineAnimal.org/adopt to make an appointment and learn more. LifeLine's website also has the locations and hours of its shelters and pictures of the pets that are up for adoption.