A Tifton 7th grader is spending her summer spreading love, and saving homeless animals.
Kylei Cutts started a Choose Kindness, God Loves You, John 3:16 campaign.
Cutts is spreading the word through her grey wristbands while also helping homeless animals.
All wristband donations will go to help the Tift Animal Shelter.
She has raised more than $400 so far.
Cutts said she's had a soft spot for animals, since rescuing her 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," said Cutts.
Cutts has already given the Tift Animal Shelter $277.50 through Save Our Pets organization.
She would like to raise $1,000 by December.
Cutts also remarked she has friends spreading kindness with her wristbands in Alabama, Florida, New York, North Carolina and of course Georgia.
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