I have been flying Angel flights for many years for cancer patients and children with rare diseases but my first mission flying two senior chows to a new home was very rewarding! The rescue did not even know their names but now they have two wonderful new owners that named them Cooper and Abby. Abby was not phased at all by the flight and was as cool as a cucumber. Cooper on the other hand did not like taxi, takeoff and landing. I think he was OK with cruise. I look forwrd to many more missions. John Greco Pittsburgh Pa.
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