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Transport for Kobe and Anubis

June 24, 2014 Mission Flight Plan Covington , TN to Shelbyville, IL – flown by Jim Carney Shelbyville , IL to Chicago, IL – flown by Matt Granzow Passengers Kobe and Anubis Rescue Groups Bartlett TN Animal Shelter – Angela Klein Lab Connection – Cheryl Clara Special “Thank You” goes to all who made this […]

Simon and Scribbles

Wade Roberts headed out on a flight from Pearland Regional (KLVJ) in Houston to Hammond, LA (HDC) to pick up a collie, Simon, and a Papillon mix, Scribbles, who had been hit by a car. Poor little Papillon girl had a broken hip and leg. He flew them to David Wayne Hooks Memorial Airport (DWH) […]

Stolen Terriers Go Back Home

A Port Aransas, TX woman’s ex stole her two 13-year-old terrier mixes in December. Six weeks ago, the ex and his new girlfriend were arrested (reason unknown) in Morgantown, NC and the old brothers were taken to a shelter. They were scheduled to be put down, but the owner learned where they were and tagged […]

16 Puppies, 1200nm, 20 hours

From Huey O’Neil: At eight o’clock eastern standard time, the wheels of six two four one bravo left Lantana Airport’s runway three three with one mission on its itinerary, to save sixteen dogs and puppies. That moment was the beginning of a twenty-hour journey that would lead Daniel Diamond, my instructor, and me on a […]

Lucas and Dick Complete First PnP Flight

Dick Cole sent the following: This was my son’s and my first mission in support of Pilot N Paws. The transport was to move Salem, an English Pointer, from an animal shelter in Oklahoma to his foster home in Kentucky on June 21, 2014. The trip was coordinated by Emily McDonald, Pointer Rescue Org, and […]

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 […]