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The Saga of Saving Abigail

Some weeks ago, I got a call from Ashley Pugh, a Houston rescuer. Ashley had heard about a stray-hoarder in Conroe TX, north of Houston, who was threatening to abandon her dogs at Conroe’s high-kill shelter. The woman, apparently, had been taking in strays and had decided that she could no longer afford to feed […]

Pit Mom Destiny and her Babies are now...

June 22 2014 Passengers – Pit Mix Mom Destiny and her 6 Pups. Leg 1 – Springhill, LA to Covington, TN – Flown by Chris Hilty Leg 2 – Covington,TN to Shelbyville,IL – Flown by Jim Carney Leg 3 – Shelbyville, IL to Madison, WI – Flown by Jason Christensen Leg 4 – Madison, WI […]

Catching Up

Determined to catch up. I flew on 6/5/2014 from Pearland Regional Airport (south of Houston) to Lone Star Executive in Conroe (north of Houston to pick up Cassie, the Pomeranian, for transport to Valley International in Harlingen TX (just a few miles from Mexico) to her forever home. On 6/3/2014, I flew from Pearland to […]

Thank you from a happy adopter

Jack helped get Annie (now Vandal) from Marin Humane Society (Novato, CA) to BrightSide Animal Center (Redmond, OR) back in June. She has blossomed into such a wonderful dog and I cannot thank him enough for his help. I was supposed to foster her, but wound up as a foster failure. Thank you Jack and […]

Throwback Thursday—A Wonderful Story From Last October

Hey there!   I had contacted you on Facebook to thank you for your service.  Without y’all this little girl could not have gotten to her foster home in such a timely fashion.Miss Rou was dumped at a shelter in Atlanta, GA and was slated to be euthanized because she was not ‘behaving’ in her […]

Living the Life of Luxury in Baton Rouge,...

This is a follow-up on one of our dogs for Catahoula Rescue South Central flown to Louisiana by PNP Pilots David and Diane Newton, almost two years ago.  Kipper was very shy when we met him at the airport.  But he quickly blossomed into the amazing dog we all knew he was.  We thank the […]