According Operation Kindness Board Chair J. Scott Wilson,
“Operation Kindness board of directors’ member Curt Boisfontaine and his wife, Tanya Boisfontaine, are stepping up to chair the 31st annual Canines, Cats and Cabernet event for the organization on Saturday, November 4. Curt has been the founder of Meridian, a real estate investment company, since 1994. Under Meridian, Boisfontaine notably opened the first state-of-the-art specialty veterinary healthcare facility in Dallas following the passing of his beloved dog, Tut, from cancer complications. Meridian and Meridian equity partners now own multiple veterinary specialty health hospitals while also participating in the funding of research for cures for cancer and other diagnostic technologies for companion animals.
“The Boisfontaine family’s service to animals continues with their chairing of the 31st annual Canines, Cats and Cabernet. The Boisfontaines are committed to beating last year’s event’s income of nearly $800,000 to make the 2023 gala a record-breaking event for the 4.5-acre campus and programs of Operation Kindness. Attendees of the Canines, Cats and Cabernet will enjoy dinner, drinks and dancing to the Emerald City Band at the downtown Dallas Sheraton Hotel. Guests can take home a signature auction item, coveted raffle prizes or even a new friend from the special on-site adoption room at the event. Shannon Murray of FOX4 will serve as the evening’s master of ceremonies.
“More information and tickets for the special evening are available at https://www.operationkindness.org/ccc/.”