This Atlanta Shelter Will Help You Throw Your Very Own Puppy Party

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There ain't no party like a puppy party and thanks to an Atlanta animal shelter, every party you throw can now include adorable little puppies.

According to Time, the Lifeline Animal Project launched a slumber party program that lets families spend the night with a special dog.

The hope is that by letting a family have a sleepover with a dog they'll get a chance to really see what it's like to have a pet.

The shelter is also hoping that one night could lead to a lifetime. According to the Lifeline Animal Project's website, 15,000 homeless animals enter their shelter each year. That's 40 animals a day who need a loving home.

Already the shelter's seen some success with a pit bull named Paul Anka. (No, it's not Lorelai's dog from the Gilmore Girls, but we imagine whoever named him is a fan.) After nine months in the shelter, Paul Anka was adopted the day after his sleepover.

LifeLine’s public relations director told Time that "his new family had been hesitant to adopt a pit bull, but when they had him overnight, all their hesitation went right out the window."

Watch his adorable sleepover below and remember, this could be you.
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