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3 Pilots, 15 puppies plus 2!

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Pilots Rhonda Miles, husband Bob and IL pilot Mike Selwa spent their holiday weekend helping 17 dogs fly to safety!  The first part of the trip took them from N. Alabama to Savannah, GA with two border colllies on board.

Brandy and Eliri help with the pups at the airport in Bowling Green, KY

  After delivering the two BC’s,  Rhonda and Bob picked up 15 from Diane at the Savannah Animal Control. This is their 3rd transport for her. 

Pilot Rhonda with rescue and shelter volunteers and personnel

 

"All 15, ready to go!"

Pilot Mike Selwa readies his plane for the arrival of 15 new passengers!

Pilot Mike load'em up!

 

The next stop for all these pups would be in Wisconsin, arriving to meet their rescue mom, Diana of Happily Ever After Rescue.

How cute am I??

 

This little guy is ready for his turn to fly along with 14 of his best friends!

Brandi and Eleri entertain the pups in Bowling Green at KBWG

 

What a way to spend the day between transports!  Personal puppy attendants Brandy and Eleri see to it that every passenger gets some love along the way.  The FBO in Bowling Green, KY extended many hands to help walk this furkids!

Happy 4th of July, truly an independence day for these shelter animals thanks to many people who cared!

4 thoughts on “3 Pilots, 15 puppies plus 2!”

  1. janice says:

    This is what America is all about. Thank you!!!! What a wonderful example you showed those 2 wonderful girls. Happy 4th and every day to you guys!!!!

  2. sabine weiler says:

    you have done a very good work…i give you all a big hug…i am happy for this cute dogs…greetings from germany!!!

  3. Connie says:

    I’m tracking Mike on Flight Aware. Looks like they’ve landed in Price County about 2 hours ago. Great job everyone. Really making me hanker to get current and look for a plane to lease.

  4. Elaine Wall says:

    I think this is a wonderful thing you are doing. My question is do you only fly this animals to other shelters or do you take them to people who want them???

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