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HELP NEEDED: 10 dogs arriving from alleged cruelty situation

Operation Kindness transfers 10 dogs from a cruelty case in southeast Texas

Ten dogs will be arriving at Operation Kindness on Friday, July 15 from an alleged cruelty situation in southeast Texas. The Humane Society of the United States reached out to us for assistance with dogs that were surrendered as part of a cruelty case. The dogs are severely underweight (ranging in size from 22-31 pounds), are heartworm positive and are primarily pit bull mixes.

Fosters needed

We need your help. We are looking for volunteers to open their homes and foster a dog. Our goal is for these dogs to go straight into a home environment as we start them on the road to recovery.

Operation Kindness will support fosters with all necessary supplies, veterinary care and behavior support. These special dogs will require lots of TLC to help them get healthy.

We expect that they will need to be in foster care for 1-3 months, but that time commitment can be shared between multiple fosters.

Please consider becoming a foster for one of these special dogs.

Donations needed

Thanks to our compassionate supporters, we were able to jump into action to help these dogs. We know that each dog will need heartworm treatment, medical exams, treatment for parasites and much more.

Please consider making a donation today so we can continue to be there for the animals that need us most.

Supplies Needed

We are also asking for supplies for the animals to help with their care and recovery. We need items like leashes, blankets, treats and toys.

You can send donated supplies directly from our Amazon wish list or Chewy wish list. Both lists are kept updated with what we currently need the most.

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