Pilot Chuck and Curley fly north!
Thanks to the kindness of Pilot Chuck Lehman and his wife Edwina from Batesville, Mississippi, a very fortunate puppy named Curley is now on his way to a forever home in Vermont.
Curley was born in a litter of 7 puppies, four of which died from Parvo. Curley was discovered by a rescuer with the Animal Welfare League after she received a phone call from Tennessee alerting her to the Parvo puppies dying at a local groomer’s business. She immediately went to the business and took the remaining four puppies to Allen & Griffin Animal Hospital, where Dr. Shane Wilkerson worked feverishly and saved three of them!
Lane Rodgers, Director of the Mid-Delta Regional Airport, extended hospitality and made Mr. Lehman and his wife feel welcome! Mr. Lehman is a commercial pilot registered with PilotsNPaws.org and often volunteers his time and fuel to fly homeless animals.
More volunteer pilots are needed locally, and since the Animal Welfare League is a non-profit organization, your flight may be tax-deductible. Please sign up today with PilotsNPaws.org and begin saving lives!
Should you have any question, please contact [email protected]