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We are also looking for more rescues to receive animals in Florida. A very large number of pilots has generously volunteered to do the New Orleans to Florida route. It would be wonderful to fill everyone's plane. If you know of an approved facility between New Orleans and line to central Florida please let me know asap. Send an email to email@example.com
with Florida Rescue for PNP event in the subject line.
I posted before I saw this. We at The Humane Society Naples in SW Florida are ready to help out. We're south of Central FL but can take in some dogs. What constitutes an approved facility? I'm sure we'd qualify.
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PatriciaC wrote:We at The Humane Society Naples in SW Florida are available to take in some dogs. We have to limit it to small dogs and puppies, including litters, but are happy to help. We are actually located on airport property--let us know if you need us.
Thank you Patricia.....I will contact you privately.
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I sent an email asking if any pilots out my way (Arizona) might be participating in the event. I'm hoping my girl might be able to hop a ride back with them. I'm sure your email is full and I'm not sure my subject line would have grabbed your attention so I thought I'd post here. Thanks!
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There is a small chance I might be able to help Patricia C out.
Currently, I'm volunteering to take 4 or 5 smalls from KMAI -> KPIE for the Pinellas Humane Society on the 9/18 Fly-Away.
The KMAI -> KPIE flight for Pinellas-HS is already locked in. And 4 or 5 smalls is the limit in my little Cherokee
I "might" be able to return on Sunday 9/19 and take 4 or 5 smalls from KMAI to Naples or Sarasota, since she's offering the shelter space.
I co-op my plane, so I won't be sure if it's available for the second flight until late in the game.
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I am a pilot in Dallas TX....and would love to help you out....the problem is that i dont have a plane so if any1 needs a co-pilot in a Cessna 152,172, or Seneca 2 or in any other aircraft,i can act as a relief pilot.....i would be glad to help you out....i can meet you up anywhere in TX for this cause ...i have a private licence and a instrument rating....
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I am available in the Arkansas, Tennessee, Missouri Area.
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Just thinking out loud here, would you be available for KMEM area to Kewanee IL?
I know we have some animals going to KMEM, but also some to KEZI. A Mooney pilot may do the KNEW leg and if he can also fit the KEZI perhaps a relay?
If not I was going to do both, but if it works I can get freed up to do KNEW to KJHW. We are not always so unsure because when requests for transport are posted we usually know the passenger load. This is a case where the animals are likely still not identified because they may not even be at the rescue or shelter.
I am based at Spirit of St. Louis (KSUS) and could assist moving some small dogs/cats North/East/West from here.
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there are dogs vetted and waiting to come North .....from Covington La
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I see that there may be a need to transport dogs from KLAL to locations in south Florida. That would be a good route for us. I am based at KMLB, Piper PA28R200. Let me know
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