Rupert’s Flight Today!

Rupert’s Flight Today!


Rupert with PNP Pilot Mark Mattie

Rupert with PNP Pilot Mark Mattie

I just wanted to send you a picture of Rupert with one of his pilots, Mark Mattie.  Rupert is flying today from Reading, PA to New Hampshire.  He is a 4 year old, diabetic min pin, who was on death row at a shelter in Virginia.  We found the perfect foster for him in New Hampshire and the only way we would have been able to save him was with the help of Pilots N Paws.  I am eternally grateful to you for all you do.
God Bless,
Megan Openhym
God’s Grace Canine Rescue, Inc.

Subaru and Petmate are proud sponsors of Pilots N Paws.


Posted by Kathleen Quinn Charleston, SC Executive Director, Pilots N Paws

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9 Responses to “Rupert’s Flight Today!”

  1. This is really what true KINDNESS IS ALL ABOUT, you should be so proud of yourself for getting this little dude a home and love he may not have found if it weren’t for you. #HEROFORDOGS

  2. Always such good news when these animals find their way out of a shelter and into a good home. Thanks PNP!

  3. christopher storey 05. Apr, 2014 at 4:28 pm

    Rupert safe in NH awsome job mark and charlie and flight crews

  4. We all love what you do Pilots and Paws. xoxo

  5. What a great gift you all provide. Thank you for all you give and do!

  6. Thank you so much for flying Rupert to New Hampshire
    today! What a wonderful blessing for him to
    arrive safe and sound. Thank you for helping
    Save his life!

  7. God bless everyone at P&P for al that they do..

  8. Valerie Deacon 06. Apr, 2014 at 1:14 am

    I am so proud to have played a part here in VA to help little Rupert make it to his FUREVER foster family in NH! Thank you to MinPin Militia, God’s Grace, Pilot’s & Paws, Tammy Hatch, as well as many others who worked together to make this happen for Rupert!!! He is very sweet and so worth the work it took to get him to safety!!! God Bless to each of you!!! <3

  9. God bless you and all of the piolots. Brings tears of happiness to my eyes everytime I read one of these stories. They have flown into the little airport in my town in Ohio to save these precious animals. God be with you in your travels.