When you adopt from Operation Kindness, you don’t save just one life—you save two. Not only are you
saving your pet, but you’re opening
up space for us to take in another pet at risk.
In North Texas, there is a pet overpopulation problem, which means homeless pets are euthanized just
because they don’t have a family. By
adopting, you are helping us solve this problem.
THE ADOPTION PROCESS
Adopting a pet is all about finding the right pet for you!
Welcome to Operation Kindness. By completing our adoption application, you will answer
questions about what you are looking
for in a new best friend. Our Adoption Counselors will help you find the perfect match.
Our Adoption Counselors will review your adoption application and answer any questions you may have about the type of pet
that’s ideal for you.
Meeting the Animals
After completing an application, you will receive a guest pass to meet the pets that might interest you. Our team will introduce
you to any pet you like so you can spend time getting to know one another. Whether in our landscaped dog park or
indoor/outdoor Catio we encourage you to get to know your prospective new pet. When love strikes, just let us know that’s the
one you want to adopt.
Our Adoption Counselors are trained to help prepare you for a successful transition home. This whole process including meeting
your new pet can take up to an hour because we cover:
- Any medical conditions or behavioral special needs of your new pet
- Tips on introducing your new family member to their new environment
- Adoption benefits including pet insurance, Muenster Millings’ auto ship program
- Website resources
Operation Kindness receives no government funding so we rely on generous donations and adoption fees to care for the animals and fund
our operations. The adoption fee includes:
- Veterinarian exam
- Spay/Neuter Surgery
- Heartworm prevention
- Behavior assessment
Already have a pet? Neutral introductions are the best way to see if your prospective pet will be compatible with the one(s) you already
have. Please call to let us know you're bringing your pet to meet a specific animal.