A lifesaving journey for Georgia’s homeless pets
Sterling “Trap King” Davis isn’t just bringing cat trap-neuter-return to underserved parts of Atlanta. He’s getting new groups of people involved in animal rescue.
With help from Best Friends, a dog named Harvey went from being lost and suffering from a painful hip injury to living life as a part of a big loving family.
With heartworm disease a big problem in Atlanta-area shelters, dogs there are getting help from Best Friends.
A foster mom helped a dog named Seymour go from hungry and abandoned to healthy and strong.
Sequin was abandoned, arthritic and has cancer, but today she has a home filled with love.
Keoni could never replace the Bordens’ former family cat, but they’re loving him for who he is.
Lisa McManus puts in the time (and the miles) to help homeless pets in Atlanta.
Some cats love curling up in bed with people, but these cats prefer hay bales.
The “parks and rec dogs,” found abandoned on the city streets, are learning how to trust — thanks to hand target training.