From Volunteer Liz Bonderak:
Once again rescues and pilots are hard at it making miracles happen.Poor Snowflake/Fred 😉 was found cowering and scared in a rural Tennessee shelter. Great Plains Pointer Rescue immediately put the shout out to their volunteers and they opened their hearts and their homes to Snowflake!
Snowflake being very brave at the airport
The shelter was notified that Snowflake had somewhere to go.. but there was NO ONE in Humboldt that could step forward to take care of Snowflake!
Here’s where facebook comes in.. through a network of rescues; friends of friends Phyllis and April of Circle of Hope K9 Rescue and Friends of Gibson County Dogs were found.. and they not only stepped up to help Snowflake out, but they took her to the vet, overnighted, and drove her to the airfield.
I know I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again.. the generosity of the pilots to make this transport happen never ceases to amaze me.A special thank you to Pilots Jim, Dave and Allan.. they were up half the night keeping an eye on weather and keeping communications open so never once was there a doubt that they would find a way to make this happen..
Pilot Dave Zilz meets Snowflake!
Quite the reception for Pilot Allan and his wife Kathy! A Christmas story tomorrow night on the news.. Christmas Eve 🙂 (Oh, special thank you to Kathy for cleaning our girl up, cuz I know you did! LOL)
Pilot Allan Lindsay and wife Kathy with Snowflake
The magic of the pilots, rescues and a little girl named Natalie..
Snowflake is blessed to know all of you as am I.
Snowflake and her very special new friend Natalie
Snowflake with new "mom" JanelleMerry ChristmasI'm home and free to run!Merry Christmas to my new family, love Snowflake I'm home and I'm Free!
Merry Christmas to my new family, love Snowflake