No Kill Animal Shelter Hopes to House More Animals
Homeless dogs and cats are an epidemic in the United States, and many individuals are not happy with the way some institutions are handling the overpopulation of their facilities. Many animals are euthanized if there isn’t room to take them and they are not adopted by a certain date. Operation Kindness is the largest and oldest animal shelter in North Texas with a strict no kill policy. Operation Kindness won’t take animals if they don’t have room for them, and its policy has connected deeply with people.
Operation Kindness was a perfect fit for the start of ActionCOACH’s global initiative Coaching for a Cause, a program that gives charities and non-profits pro bono coaching. The institution is hoping to expand through this program and have the ability to house more animals. Their efforts to increase their fund raising capabilities will result in expansion of the program and hopefully more safe homes for stray animals until they are adopted. More programs like Operation Kindness are beginning to spring up around the country as animal shelters face the difficult task of putting animals down to make room for more. It seems as though the epidemic of animal population will never be completely solved, but at least with programs such as Operation Kindness, there are some organizations who are taking steps in the right direction.
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