Dog is my Copilot Giving Tuesday

Flying those most in need #GivingTuesdayNow

We have all been significantly impacted by COVID-19.  But together with our supportive community, we continue our mission of saving lives.

The animal shelters still need our help.  If you can, go by and adopt, volunteer, foster or donate. Their problems never end so we are doing what we can to help,  said Pilot Peter

We have put new safety protocol in place in order to offer life-saving rescue flights for deserving shelter pets. We have just started flying again and have flown over 250 shelter animals to rescue partners with adoptive homes waiting!  With hundreds of adoptive homes waiting to bring home a pet, nearly all of the animals we have flown have been adopted within days of arriving!

Please support our work with a donation to our #GivingTuesdayNow campaign, which is part of a global initiative in emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19.

Thanks to a generous life-saving gift from the Lulu’s Fund, every dollar donated will be matched up to $3,000!  This means you’re gift can be DOUBLED to help even more pets searching for their new, loving home during these challenging times.


3 replies
  1. Angie Esplana
    Angie Esplana says:

    Please if you come across any Pugs in need of a good home let me know. I currently have a pug, have had two previously before I adopted Koda, so I know a lot about the pugs, not to mention I just love these little guys so much. I can’t bring myself to actually look on websites for pugs needing adoption because it kills me to see and know they are out there and I won’t stop thinking about it. Although I don’t know how i would be able to get the pug if you did have one because I’m in California, pretty far from you. I can donate a little something hope it helps, thank you for all you do for all the precious animals you save.

  2. Arlene Sheriff
    Arlene Sheriff says:

    I would love to help out with this wonderful service to animals. I live in Portsmouth, NH where our local shelter is not a kill shelter, but, an adoption shelter. In the area I live, people want more dogs than the shelter usually can provide. The shelter is at the NHSPCA in Stratham, New Hampshire 603-772-2921.
    I intend to donate as much as I can to your foundation, and spread the word as much as I can for you. Please let me know if I can help is some way, even through I am older and covid is worrisome, I love animals, and hate to see them abandoned or suffer in any way. Thank you, Arlene


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