News & Events
The Happiest Tail of 2015 7th January 2016 @ 12:25 PM
Treasure’s story is why we are Operation Kindness. Treasure was a former bait dog, abandoned to die on the side of a country road, covered in wounds and scars. He was thrown away as garbage, but the Operation Kindness family was confident we could give him a second chance.
During his full year at the shelter, Treasure received everything he needed - surgeries, medicine, extensive training, and a tremendous amount of love and nurturing from staff and many volunteers.
Our efforts were rewarded with a Christmas miracle – Treasure was adopted by a family from Forney. His new dad is a former military dog trainer. We couldn’t have imagined a more perfect match.
Please DONATE to help other dogs like Treasure find Happiness.
North Texas Tornadoes – Reuniting Family Pets 27th December 2015 @
Our hearts go out to everyone affected by Saturday night's storms. If you've lost a pet or found one, Rowlett Animal Shelter and Friends of Rowlett Animals are coordinating efforts to reunite pets with their owners. Several veterinarians in that area are offering temporary shelter for lost pets. Sachse and Garland Animal Shelters are also helping to house pets. If you found a pet without ID tags, take them to a vet clinic or animal hospital to have them scanned for a microchip. We're thankful for our North Texas community that looks out for four-legged family members.
Kindness for Kids Calls for Volunteers! 6th October 2015 @ 10:27 AM
Want to help kids and pups? Operation Kindness is launching the second year of its popular Humane Education program, Kindness for Kids, that presents weekly lessons about pets to area school children. Volunteers are needed to present these fun, interactive humane education lessons to students during regular school hours on campus and after school at local recreation centers. Those who are interested must have a heart for children and a love for animals, pass a background check and attend volunteer orientation. For more information contact Lynn Handley at firstname.lastname@example.org. Click for more information about Operation Kindness' Humane Education programs.
Become a Foster Volunteer! 1st January 1970 @
Foster Volunteers enable Operation Kindness to save even more animal lives by caring for dogs and cats in their home. We provide full support to ensure volunteers have an enriching experience and the dogs and cats are adopted into wonderful new fur-ever homes. Contact Stephanie Coe to volunteer or for more information.