Operation Blankets of Love has Unique Ways of Saving Homeless Animals

Operation Blankets of Love’s (OBOL) mission is to improve the well-being of homeless animals
and increase chances for survival and adoption – with the ultimate aim
of eliminating animal homelessness. OBOL provides donated recycled and new aid and comfort items
to homeless animals that consists of stray, sick, neglected, owner-dumped and abused animals
to shelters, rescues, pets of the homeless, fosters and sanctuaries. 

Studies show and experts agree that shelter animals with blankets and comfort items
make them calm,  feel safe and secure, warm and comfortable and are happier.
The potential adopter can picture them in their home.
This increases their chance for adoption which SAVES LIVES!!

OBOL is part of the No-Kill Shelter Movement

OBOL is like the Red Cross to the animal rescue world! We rescue the rescuers!

OBOL does more than just providing blankets and care items!!


We also provide:

 Comfort/Aid Pet Items for Homeless Animals

• Emergency Response

• Humane Education Learning Program (HELP)

• Advocacy

• Animal Transport

• Anti-Cruelty “We Dream of Justice, Too!” Campaign

Operation Blankets of Love (OBOL) is a 501(c)(3) animal welfare and emergency relief nonprofit.                    Our nonprofit provides services and programs in your district and surrounding areas.
OBOL fulfills our mission by:
·      Providing donated comfort and care items to shelters, rescue groups, and pets of the homeless.
·      Advocating for animal welfare through service-oriented humane education
and public awareness anti-cruelty campaigns.
·      Raising awareness of the growing population of homeless animals being euthanized
in overcrowded shelter systems and promoting adoption as the best option.
Please check out their website for more information, operationblanketsoflove.org.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email me or call me at (818) 402-6586.
Thank you!
On behalf of homeless pets,
Eileen Smulson
Founder and Executive Director
Operation Blankets of Love (OBOL)