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Postby Animals in Need on Fri Feb 25, 2011 9:50 am

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Re: Big Yellow Lab - Cookeville, TN to Zephyrhills, FL

Postby Animals in Need on Thu Feb 24, 2011 7:19 pm
Capt Uncle Jim
You did it again. Saved another life. Most people want small or young dogs and if by chance, they end up in a shelter they have the best chance of getting re-homed.
25% of the dogs in shelters are purebreds. Labs and Pit bulls top the list at the most breed specific or mixes of the two breeds found at shelters . Millions are euthanized each year .
With all the odds against him, Gunner had no chance , but you not only rescued him and but flew him to a safe and top notch rescue." Lab Rescue of Florida" . His luck changed. He won the lottery with you. With such a short time frame with the bad weather approaching and his limited time left, you took the gamble. 16 hours from door to door is beyond a call of duty, let along- all the other flights you have flown to make a difference in the life of an animal. . We would like to award you from all the voiceless animals- Our Pilot Hero " Protector of Animals out of Harm's Way Award".

Pilots N Paws - Thank you for your organization and all of your Pilots. They are true" Unsung Heroes".
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Postby admin on Fri Feb 25, 2011 11:47 pm

We thank you for you very kind words and I know that everyone associated with Pilots N Paws joins me in thanking all of you who dedicate your time, effort and most of all love to rescue animals. Please keep us updated. Uncle Jim is certainly one of the best!
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