Tifton girl saving homeless animals through wristband project

Posted at 12:41 AM, Jun 26, 2017
and last updated 2017-06-25 20:49:25-04

TIFTON, GA -- A Tifton 7th grader is spending her summer spreading love and saving homeless animals.

Kylei Cutts started the ‘Kindness. God Loves You. John 3:16 Campaign’. She’s spreading the word through her grey wristbands, while also helping homeless animals.

All wristband donations will go to help the Tift Animal Shelter. So far, she’s raised more than $400.

Cutts says she’s had a soft spot for animals since rescuing her 8-year-old boxer, Caitlyn.

“I just love animals and I wanted to help them and I wanted them to feel the kindness coming from other people and workers and just how much they love them”, Cutts said.

She has already given the Tift Animal Shelter $277 through the ‘Save Our Pets’ organization.

Cutts would like to raise $1,000 by December and so far has spread kindness with her wristbands in Alabama, New York, North Carolina, Georgia and Florida.