PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS TRANSPORT HAS BEEN RE ROUTED IN ORDER TO MEET A PILOT IN THE LOUISVILLE AREA DUE TO DEPART TO KANSAS SUNDAY MORNING...
the girls are originating in VA and will be continuing to KS.. as long as I can get them to Louisville that is LOL
As I do not always receive notifications of postings here.. **Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and refer to CHICKENS TRANSPORT in the subject line **VERY helpful for my old gray matter!!
Pilots that are responding here, please also email me at the above address, again, I don't always get notifications of posts here.. I will do my best to periodically update this thread as we go...
Vida and Zoey were caught redhanded in the chicken coop and while the owner of the chickens has a live and let live attitude and Vida and Zoey's owners paid restitution; the state of Virginia has now given 2 choices.
Leave the state or get put down. (true, I confirmed with ACO)
NO one is happy with this, particularly the owner of the chickens.. whose sister just so happens runs a rescue in Scott City. She has agreed to take these two hooligans in.
Please note that NEITHER Zoey or Vida are a threat to humans, but it is highly recommended that pilots leave their poultry at home.
(I have a letter from the ACO confirming that the girls are not a threat, as a matter of fact, she says they're really sweet)
POTENTIAL ROUTE (somewhat flexible of course)
CRW~JVY (Charleston, WV~ Jefferson, IN) <195NM>
CRW~LOU (Charleston, WV~Louisville, KY)
As this is a collective effort of multiple pilots, even if a leg has been 'spoken' for I would still need to connect the dots as such;
If you can assist, can you please reply with:
The days you are available to fly
Your home airfield identifier
The leg you can help with or the alternative route that you can assist with?
And given the weather of late: WHAT YOUR REQUIRED MINIMUM IS
Traveling with: Health Certificate and vet records, rabies tag, certificate, collar, food for contingency HARNESS AND LEASH
Thank you all so very much for your consideration and thank you all for helping our service men and women and their K9 companions.