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Operation Kindness Joins Galleria Dallas for Adoption Pop-Up Event

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Operation Kindness pet adoption event at the Galleria. | Image from Plano Magazine

Operation Kindness is teaming up with Galleria Dallas for a pop-up adoption event taking place every Thursday through Sunday until December 24.

Visitors will be able to interact with twelve cats and dogs, talk to volunteers about the animals’ backgrounds, and adopt a pet that can be taken home the same day, in most cases.

“We have been proud to help thousands of animals find their loving homes across the years,” explained Megan Townsend, director of marketing for Galleria Dallas. “Operation Kindness does an amazing job of helping North Texas families find the perfect pet for their lifestyle, and we’re glad to be a part of the story.”

For over 45 years, Operation Kindness, a North Texas no-kill animal shelter, has provided life-saving medical care, protection, and adoption opportunities for thousands of animals.

While searching for the perfect pet to add to your home, visitors can marvel at Galleria Dallas’ ninety-five-foot Christmas tree, which is the tallest indoor Christmas tree in the United States.

Stop by for a visit with Santa at the all-new Santaland, then check out SNOWDAY Dallas, an interactive and immersive free-form visual experience with unique touch-free technology kids and adults can enjoy.

Potential adopters can view adoptable dogs and cats here, then stop by Operation Dallas’ pop-up Thursday through Sunday from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. and on Christmas Eve until 3 p.m. at 13350 Dallas Parkway Dallas.

If your home has all the furry friends it can handle, you can still help Operation Kindness in their quest to make sure all animals are loved and cared for by shopping their holiday gift catalog.  Funds raised through the online catalog go directly to benefit the animals.

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