We come from a wide variety of backgrounds; students and teachers, clubs and civic leaders, young and old. And, we have one thing in common, a commitment to saving the lives of homeless pets. We are the Homeless Pets Foundation, a 100% volunteer run organization dedicated to promoting responsible pet ownership while placing adoptable dogs and cats in forever homes. Dr. Michael Good, owner of Town and Country Veterinary Clinic, founded the organization when he saw first-hand the need to get adoptable pets out of overcrowded shelters to prevent unnecessary euthanasia.
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Luna is adapting well to her new home! Lily and Luna are good friends/sisters now. She’s very playful and loves her kitty tower. -Kyle Kerns Lena was a very special cat to the volunteers at Homeless Pets Foundation. She was found as a tiny kitten with part of one of her back legs missing. We believe […]
Yes, Dixie Dog was my baby and meant the world to me. It was one of the hardest things I’ve ever had to do to let her go. I just melted down at the Vet. – We had to make the hard decision to not let her suffer and we didn’t know she had Cancer. […]
Levy (Darla) is doing great in her new home! Thank you for helping us find her. Picture is from our first hike together at Sweetwater Creek State Park (she had a blast!). -Jenna Krall
I just wanted to post an update on two adorable kittens (Sonoma and Napa) I adopted in June with the assistance of Brooke Gumingo. They are growing so quickly. They are now known as Morticia and Gomez. They are so much fun. A couple weeks after they came home, I was making iced coffee and […]
Wanted to update you all on how our baby girl is doing! Nala (Lani) is loving her new home and learning so quickly. We’ve found a good dog park nearby where she’s playing really well with other dogs and having a blast in the evenings. We’ll be sure to keep y’all updated as she grows! […]
Our Buster is absolutely the best! Thank you for letting us adopt him. -Jo A VuKojevic
Just wanted to update everyone on how Sheba (formerly Marilyn Monroe) is fairing in her new digs. Seems she has found herself a boyfriend, and they are smitten. He is another rescue, his name is Kie. They bathe each other constantly and sleep cuddled together every night. We are so happy to have this sweet […]
I adopted Felix, who is now named Tigger, from you. He was heartworm positive also. You provided all of his medicines and vet care and he is healthy and very well loved! Thank you for all you do for animals. -Carolyn Sussman
Diesel and his new bro Zachary (aka Sundance) have been simply amazing together. Zachary has brought out a new playful side in Diesel that was refreshing to see after Diesel’s much older sister passed away. We have 4 cats and they even like cuddling up with Zac. Thank you Homeless Pets Foundation SAVING this little […]
Meet Aidan (formerly known as ‘Blaze’). He was one of many fortunate animals rescued from a hoarding situation by Homeless Pets Foundation about a year ago. I was hesitant at first to adopt a 2 year old dog from such a difficult background–I was concerned he would have behavioral issues. But, Aidan is a complete […]
Homeless Pet Clubs
Homeless Pet Clubs (HPC) give students, civic leaders, and business owners a way to share their love of animals by promoting animal rescue, responsible pet ownership, adoption of shelter animals, and animal welfare.
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Please joint us on February 13th at the Marietta Wine Market for a special wine tasting benefiting the Homeless Pets Foundation. The cost is $10/person.
Please check out this great article on Dr. Good and Homeless Pets Foundation! The AJC’s Gracie Bonds Staples visited with Dr. Good at Town and Country to learn more about his journey to becoming a veterinarian as well as his heartfelt animal rescue work.
Homeless Pets Foundation is very proud of the fact that we rescue heartworm positive dogs. These dogs have little chance to survive in an animal shelter if they are positive for heartworms. Everyone at Homeless Pets Foundation would like to expand the dog rescue program for heartworm positive dogs. The barrier to doing more of […]
Come join us on October 4th as we watch the Braves take on the Cardinals at Turner Field. Please check out the flyer for more information:
Check out the great article on the Homeless Pets Foundation by Georgia State Homes.
This 9/14 event will run from 11:00 AM – 12 midnight at the BWW on Barrett Parkway. 10% of every check (including to-go orders and drinks) will go directly to the HPF. All we have to do is tell the server we are playing for the HOMELESS PETS FOUNDATION. BONUS! That evening is […]
HOW DOES THE SHELTER HELP, PETS AND THE COMMUNITY? Provide Medical care and love until pets can find forever homes We get the community evolved to help place pets Provide community with low cost vaccination clinics Homeless Pets Clubs educates the Community on how to help us and other shelters nationwide! WHAT WE WOULD SPEND […]
Please donate to help our sweet boy, Duncan. He was hit by a car recently, and his back legs are broken in several spots. He needs to have surgery to walk again! Go to our Donate Page and help this sweet boy walk again!
Come join the Homeless Pets Fundraiser on April 2nd, 2014 from 7PM to 10PM. Food will be provided by McCrays West Village. Complimentary cocktail for the first 100 people courtesy of Deep Eddy.
Please joint us on October 1st in the Living Room the W Atlanta Midtown for a doggie costume party and social. Please see the flyer below for more information.
Tenasity Dog Training
We strongly recommend Tenasity Dog Training as they've been instrumental in educating owners in training & managing their new pets.
Online Pet Store
Shop our online pet store for great pricing on your pet's common pet medications and the Homeless Pets Foundation receives 10% in sales.