in Atlanta - Cats and Kittens for Sale and Adoption

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.

The Atlanta Humane Society has dozens of dogs, cats, puppies and kittens available for adoption.

LifeLine's Fulton County Animal Services (FCAS) provides care for homeless animals, pet adoption services and enforcement of the animal control laws in Fulton County, Georgia. If you are looking to adopt a dog, cat, puppy or kitten in the Atlanta area, please visit our shelter to see our wonderful pets for adoption!

Atlanta Dog/Cat Adoptions - Adopt a Pet and Save a Life‎

The video, titled “,” features native Atlantan Paul Preston trying to get cats adopted like a used car salesman. “Samantha restored my faith in humanity,” said former volunteer Frankie Farrell, who adopted a homeless kitten from Furkids when he relocated to Atlanta after losing his home and all of his possessions to Hurricane Katrina. Before Mr. Farrell returned to New Orleans, he volunteered about 16 hours per week at the shelter while he lived in Atlanta.

Adopting a rescue cat or kitten from AHS is easy

Today, Furkids cares for approximately 500 dogs and cats in its shelter and foster program, handling more animals on a daily basis than any other local organization, including the Atlanta Humane Society. In addition, it operates the adoption centers at five PetSmart locations (Mall of Georgia, Midtown, Northlake, Perimeter and Smyrna) and two PETCO locations (Holcomb Bridge and Edgewood) in metro Atlanta. The organization has been confirmed as one of the top charities in America by Independent Charities of America. Of the top six animal rescue organizations in metro Atlanta, Furkids has the lowest percentage of its budget dedicated to administrative expenses. And for every $1,000 Furkids accepts in donations, the organization places more pets into permanent homes than virtually every other organization.

Howell Mill Campus Cats - Atlanta Humane Society


As part of a generous grant from the , LifeLine Animal Project is challenging Atlanta residents to join us and say "I'm IN" by adopting 20,000 dogs and cats over the next three years! Are you in?Adopt a Pet, since thousands of Pet Orphans dogs and cats are placed into new homes every year. If you do not adopt from Pet Orphans, please consider adopting a pet from another Atlanta area purebred or mixed breed rescue group or your local county animal control shelter. Many are listed on our .