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.
I’m personally so excited to be a part of an animal rescue organization. My mom is co-owner of an animal rescue in North Dakota and always has foster babies at her house. Some are surrendered by owners, some found as strays, some are cats, some are dogs, some are babies, some are seniors on their last few years, and like Operation Education, it’s foster home-based, giving animals a temporary home while they find their forever home.
Volunteers from Operation Education stopped by The Buzz and brought some of their precious adoptable dogs from the rescue -Daffodil, Juliet, Cupid, and Magellan. Cuteness in the video below, as well as info on how you can help foster and/or donate!