I had a snag with the receiving family. Family emergency. this transport will have to go next weekend. Can you guys do this next weekend???? Also, John, please let me know if you can take the 2 beagle mix puppies from St. Pauls, Nc to Richmond to meet a ground transport for Tuesday at noon. Please email me. Colleen
Words of thanks to all 4 pilots who made the trip yesterday just doesn't seem like enough. You all went out of your way to make sure that Casper felt comfortable and calm. It worked. When he came off the plane in East Hampton you would have thought he had just come from a short ride. It is through your generousity and compassion that helps rescues to save more animals. I look forward to working with all 4 of you again.
Ps: As Casper is now living in the fabulous Hamptons, rest assured his favorite pastime will be running the beaches and surfing the waves.
Great pics, thanks so much for sharing! Looks like it was a great day for Casper and a great day for flying...
At last count, from the flights I am aware of while reading today's posts, there were three transports that took place in various parts of the country today....who knows, maybe more! Several pups saved which is truly our purpose.....
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