Approximately 150,000-200,000 dogs and cats are euthanized each year in North Texas, according to the SPCA of Texas. Operation Kindness provides live-saving medical care and a no-kill environment in order to save more than 5,000 homeless cats and dogs per year. But there are more animals who need a second chance at a loving forever home.
Because Operation Kindness is committed to providing forever homes for as many homeless cats and dogs as possible, a strategic plan has been developed to increase the number of life-saving surgeries, daily capacity and, ultimately, the number of animals adopted. This plan is funded by the $12,000,000 Build. Save. Love. capital campaign.
With your help, Operation Kindness can save even more homeless cats and dogs from unnecessary euthanasia by expanding and improving its campus. The three-phase campaign will impact the lives of these animals for many years to come.