In Texas, approximately 114,000 dogs and cats were killed in shelters in 2018, according to Best Friends Animal Society. Operation Kindness provides lifesaving medical care in a no-kill environment 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 $12,200,000 Build. Save. Love. capital campaign.
With your help, Operation Kindness can save even more homeless cats and dogs by expanding and improving its facilities. The campaign will impact the lives of these animals for many years to come.