Here’s the problem: the number of stray animals is increasing.
Therefore, the number of strays being brought into animal shelters is also increasing. These strays that have learned to survive on their own have not been shown love and kindness, so all they know is to have their guard up. This gives them the image of a “feral animal,” and are unlikely to be adopted into a home because of their perceived aggressiveness. Many of these strays were not fixed, so the likelihood of strays increasing is high. With shelters coming to their capacity, workers have no choice but to euthanize them. However, Operation Kindness is a no-kill animal shelter in Carrollton, Texas. They believe that every animal deserves a home and a family. There is proof that once an animal is shown love, they are able to trust again and become loving pets.
Operation Kindness has a 98.6% save rate and gives these stray animals a place to stay, either in the shelter or foster home, while searching for the animal’s perfect future family. Since they are a non-profit, funds will be used for pet food, supplies, and veterinary care (vaccinations, spaying/neutering, and medical care).
9186 pounds of food distributed
1012 pets received foster care
2477 spay/neuter surgeries
Through GoFundMe, we have an opportunity to support an organization dedicated to giving animals a second chance. Our campaign aims toward pet lovers, and those who cannot adopt can still support them by donating. Help us help them!
The $500 funding goal will be used towards medical care, spaying/neutering, food, and rehoming costs for the animals.
More information about Operation Kindness: Operation Kindness is a pioneer in North Texas for providing assistance to animals needing medical care, companionship, and, most of all, a home.
In addition to pet adoptions, we provide extensive medical care for our animals, a foster program, a pet food pantry, a surrender prevention program, education to pet parents and volunteer opportunities.