Operation Kindness for Hernando County Animal Services, Inc.
P.O. Box 6977, Spring Hill, FL 34611
501 (c)(3) Non-Profit Organization
Operation Kindness for Hernando County Animal Services, Inc. was formed by a small group of local animal advocates to enhance the quality of life, increase adoptions and educate the public on behalf of the animals at Hernando County Animal Services. Please help us support our shelter animals!
Our Board of Directors
Abby has been a resident of Hernando County for 36 years. She worked for non-profit organizations for 35 years before retiring 8 years ago. She has volunteered with Hernando County Animal Services for 10 years. At home are her rescued canines Bailey, Bella and Toby.
Is a (mostly) retired RN and Nursing Home Administrator. Dottie has a passion for working with seniors as well as with animals. This makes her thoroughly enjoy bringing shelter animals to visit residents in our area nursing homes. Currently, Dottie splits her time between Nebraska and Ridge Manor, traveling back and forth with her 4 legged companion, Copy Cat.
Carolyn has been a resident of Hernando County since 2002. She has a soft spot for rescues with disabilities having had 2 blind dogs and another with diabetes. At home is Jake, her adorable little terrier. Carolyn began as a volunteer for OK and has now joined the board. She has also volunteered for numerous other organizations and has extensive fundraising experience.
Jill is a retired accountant and business consultant and has been a resident of Hernando County for 30 years. As an advocate for shelter animals, she has volunteered in many capacities including animal care, community outreach and adoption counseling and enrichment implementation for dogs and cats living in a shelter environment. In addition to fostering, Jill currently shares her home with two very spoiled cats, Holly and Maggie.
Sarah has always loved animals, but it wasn't until she was 15 years old and volunteered to work in the kennels at Hernando County Animal Services that she realized she wanted to be more involved with animals. When she was 19 she started working at HCAS full time and worked there for almost 9 years until November 2015. After spending 6 years in the county's Zoning Department, Sarah has moved to Colorado. Thankfully, she remains an active board member.