Cold. Scared. Alone.
We need your help.
Every month 1,000 homeless dogs and cats in rescue groups and shelters receive at no cost food and pet supplies.
We donate food and pet supplies directly to the homeless to help their pets' health and survival.
We help the elderly and veterans by donating food, treats pet beds and for their pet cat(s) and dog(s).
We help groups save shelter animals on "death row" donating crates and comfort items to make their journey safe.
Sign Up for OBOL'S Humane Education Learning Programs (HELP) for Pre-school thru H.S.
We raise awareness about animal abuse and neglect. You can help. Call to get free flyers in English and Spanish.
Sign up for a presentation to hear how you can help us to save 1,000 homeless animals a month!
We make the shelter animals more adoptable!
Uncomfortable. Depressed. Lonely.
More Relaxed and Adoptable.
OBOL by the Numbers
Since 2008, we have reached thousands of animals and people who care about animals.
Recent OBOL News
OBOL answered an SOS call for comfort supplies from the South LA Animal Services Shelter.
OBOL helps homeless pets in the San Fernando Valley with pet clothes, leashes, collars, and TLC!
Early Sunday morning, Operation Blankets of Love (OBOL) responded to emergency calls for the California firestorms (blazing from Shasta County to San Diego County). Animals were being evacuated from the raging fires and taken to safety. OBOL’s Brad and volunteers loaded a tonnage of pet food, blankets, crates, X-pens, toys and towels worth thousands of …
Stephanie Niznik, the OBOL Veterans Team Captain of Greater Los Angeles, gave her star power to help provide vital supplies and food for the pets of homeless, elderly, and needy veterans at the Sepulveda VA Hospital Stand Down Day!
Thank you Operation Blankets of Love for helping people all over with your disaster relief donations and donations to rescuers and rescued! You are our lifeline! ??❤️
School children received bilingual OBOL workbooks on pet care and responsibility upon their visit to the Delano Animal Shelter in Kern County! *Special Thank You to Louis the director of the shelter and Angelica for driving two hours to deliver 100 OBOL workbooks!
October 26, 2016 by Lisa M Homeless dogs (and other animals) have been a lot warmer since Eileen Smulson founded Operation Blankets of Love (OBOL) in 2008. The nonprofit gives away blankets, towels, and a whole lot more to hundreds of shelters and rescues every year. Mission Possible OBOL’s mission is to improve the well-being of homeless animals and …