Yes, Operation Education even has something for my fellow cat people!
There are actually SIXTEEN kittens available for adoption at the rescue. They were all brought in after being dumped and found in a dumpster at a golf course with their moms or with their siblings. Since they’ve been rescued, they’ve been tested, microchipped, spayed/neutered, and vaccinated. Only a small adoption fee of $40 and an approved application is all you need to bring one of these babies home! Four of the 16 featured in the video below.
A small, hardworking group of volunteers make up the team at Operation Education Animal Rescue. Donations, no matter how small, will benefit animals in need like these kittens. Donating, volunteering to foster, and even adopting from Operation Education all benefit the rescue group. To support the rescue and to see their full list of adoptable pets, visit them at OpEdAnimalRescue.com!
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.
SAVE THE DATE!! Rockin 4 Rescue is Operation Education’s annual fundraiser on Thursday, September 27th at Copper Ridge Event Venue in Murfreesboro. I’ll be there, and I’ll be doing my show live from 6-9pm. No ticket required, and a free will donation is your cost of entry. More info on our Calendar.