Keith--she has her vet papers and just got her travel health cert today, so she is ready to go! She should arrive at the airport with all her paperwork, including adoption papers.
I sent down a harness, collar, and lead for her....so you can just loop this through a seat belt. The size crate for her is too big for my plane, so I (myself) have to relax my rules on crated dogs only and will put down a blanket for her in the plane.
She went out on an errand run today with January---Debra's daughter (the woman who is meeting you at the airport--her first time---so watch for her!!) and was great in the car! So, with all those distractions, she was good----I am going to assume she will be even better in the plane.
I sent you an email---Debra's number is the first number on the flight plan. You also have Roy's number, and Roy's email.....on the email I sent you. The IRS has never asked me for this paperwork--I simply keep a log of all the flights, miles, fuel costs and dates. I note if it is a PNP flight, or the 501c3 organization's name (HILLTOP HAVEN/OSCAR in NJ).
I hear she is wonderful---and everyone down there is falling in love with this fur face.....it is going to be hard for them to let her go! But, I have two applications for her up here already----how this happened, I don't know....but she will spend one night with me, then meet the first family the next day. She may be in her forever home by Tuesday!!!
Let's make a very early go/no go decision----so Skye is not pulled from the kennel and then put back in....Debra said 6:30 would be good. You have my number. I will be up 4:30-5:00 A.M...so you can call me early.
Thanks Keith---I am real excited about this!!
‘Tis a fearful thing
What death can touch.
To love, to hope, to dream,
And oh, to lose........