Ariana and Grande were two 65 pound Rottweilers who had literally come from the wrong side of the tracks. They had been found wandering loose down the middle of a road in a bad section of a small North Carolina town. Grande had stitches on one leg and Ariana was heartworm positive.
Our good friend Kristen from Wilson County Humane Society contacted us again to see if we could take two dogs up to LaMancha Animal Rescue outside Philadelphia, PA. Kristen and Kim run one of the best rescues in North Carolina. Their dogs are the sweetest most lovable dogs we have come across.
Leroy is a Brown/Black, Pit Mix weighing around 71 pounds. A woman in Wilson, NC came home to find Leroy in her backyard playing with her little dog. Evidently he jumped the fence and decided to stay. She contacted the shelter to see if someone was looking for him but no one ever did.
We were contacted by Kristen in Wilson, NC, whom we have worked with before and she had a rescue that was coming right out of a kill shelter and going to LaMancha Animal Rescue in Coatesville, PA. LaMancha is a wonderful rescue located on a rural farm in PA that started out rescuing horses and grew to rescue all types of animals. They are a wonderful caring group and any animal taken there will either find a wonderful family or become one of the farm family. Either way it’s a wonderful life.
Not long ago Pam did a ground transport for a dog named Gus. At the time, Pam noticed Iggy’s name on Gus’s Health Certificate. When she picked Gus up she heard another dog bark and thought that another dog may be with the same foster and got concerned. She called Gus’s foster, Linda and she put Pam in contact with the rescue that handled Gus.
Danny was yet another special passenger. He had a hard life before being rescued. Certainly it was a sad story but it has a happy ending.
Fantastic news just arrived about Amber. She was an emaciated momma dog we flew to LaMancha Animal Rescue with her nine pups.
Immediately after giving birth, her owner in North Carolina surrendered her to a local shelter and landed her on the Code Red kill list but thanks to the SPCA Alliance of NC she was rescued.
Mission – Saving Two Dogs and Nine Puppies is the Mission of the Day This flight and the saving of these dogs, who would have otherwise been killed for lack of shelter space, was made possible by our amazing supporters and patrons who help us out for as much or as little as they can … Read more
Mission – Puppies, Puppies, Puppies
On October 17, Pam and I had the pleasure of helping 11 dogs make their flight to life, safety, and a new future.