Pets for Patriots Adoption Feature: Rocky!

We had an extra special adoption recently! Rocky came to us in July 2020, and was quickly adopted as a puppy in August of that year. Sadly, his family couldn’t care for him the way he needed due to extenuating family circumstances and he was returned in March 2021. His family loved him and...

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Gratitude from all of us at Operation Pets Alive

As we come to the end of 2021, all of us at Operation Pets Alive are filled with gratitude for the support we have received to help dogs and cats in Montgomery County. We’ve seen dogs and cats go from serious injuries/illness to living their best life in their forever homes. Our mission is...

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Giving Tuesday Update

The moment our donors have been waiting for… to see who won PAWS vs CLAWS! We waited a few days to let everyone have a chance to respond to our request for their votes. Many couldn’t decide or decided not to cast a vote, but we had a clear winner. Congrats to all of Team Paws donors in...

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2020 Numbers & 2021 TNR Update

Because of your support, Operation Pets Alive serviced 2,121 pets from January to December 2020. We had an intake outcome of 93 lifesaving percentage! OPA’s trap, neuter and return (TNR) program is thriving in 2021! Our very effective TNR volunteer team works tirelessly to trap homeless...

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OPA Celebrates 10 Years!

OPA begins 2021 celebrating 10 years of service to dogs, cats and residents of Montgomery County!  Over OPA’s 10-year history, we have remained consistently at or near the top of all rescues regarding the number of animals pulled from the two Montgomery County shelters.  OPA was the first to...

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OPA Under New Leadership

January 1, 2021, Operation Pets Alive’s new Board of Directors took the reins! We would like to take this opportunity to welcome and introduce OPA’s new Board to you. Amy Cullum (President)Jane Holman (Secretary)Deidre Northcott (Treasurer)Deanna Ooley (Member at large) Many of our new board...

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OPA COVID-19 Update: Pets Still Need Us!

We understand that COVID-19 is a real human health crisis. We are all having to adjust our lives and habits to help keep ourselves and our families safe ~ plus save lives of fellow citizens. But, COVID-19 need not be a crisis for our homeless pets too. Now, more than ever homeless pets will need...

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