It’s pretty heartwarming to know that approximately 3.2 million pets in animal shelters are adopted each year. But unfortunately, nearly 1.5 million animals are euthanized, according to ASPCA, and the biggest reason for this is because of the abundance of animals and lack of available space to keep them any longer, or their “time’s up.” But because of local animal shelters like Operation Education based out of Murfreesboro, we’re teaming up to raise awareness of animals in the area looking for forever homes.
Meet Mina and Whitney!
Mina is a 16-month old Husky that comes from an unfortunate past. When she was young, she wasn’t vaccinated and had parvo as a puppy, which is why it’s so important to vaccinate while they’re young! Despite her health problems, she’s a sweet and playful girl, and she will live as happy and comfortable as possible thanks to proper food and medication from your donations.
Whitney is one of a litter of six. The mom was surrendered pregnant, so the puppies were rescued at just a day old! Whitney is turning a year old at the end of May, so to celebrate her birthday, Operation Education is reducing her adoption fee to the special Buzz price of $102.90 to help find her forever home.
To donate, and for more information on Mina and Whitney, or any of the adoptable pets from Operation Education, visit OpEdAnimalRescue.com, and thanks for adopting, not shopping!