The Big Dog is flying into action, and will be saving hundreds of dogs and cats on our upcoming rescue flights this Spring! We have flights departing from overcrowded shelters in Northern California, New Mexico, Texas and Arizona in the next few weeks. Our rescue flights provide communities that struggle with pet overpopulation with a fully funded transport service to rescue organizations that find each animal a home.
We would like to THANK our upcoming flight sponsor, Brody and his mom Mary Ann Cofrin! This amazing duo has fully sponsored our flight allowing us to reach even more pets in need. The Big Dog will be departing from Las Cruces, New Mexico and flying our furry passengers to rescue partners in Idaho. If you would like to learn more about our awesome rescue partner organizations that will be participating on this special flight, please find them on the following social media pages: Uncaged Paws and Tails to Freedom Flights, Alpine Humane Society, El Paso Animal Services, Idaho Humane Society, and Mountain Humane.
We rely on the generous support from people like you to help fuel these rescue flights. Join us on these first few flights in Spring by making a gift today— Your donation will fill up the fuel tanks and allow us to reach these animals to fly them to safety. If you would like to learn more about sponsoring a full rescue flight please send a message to email@example.com
Red will be one of our passengers and is packing his bag to board the Big Dog! Red is Pit Bull mix that loves everyone but has been overlooked by adopters in a rural Texas shelter. By transporting him to one of our partner organizations in Idaho, he will have a second chance to find that perfect family!
Helping dogs like Red, and so many other dogs and cats, is only possible because of people like you! We want you to know that your gift today goes straight to saving animal lives— we receive restricted funding to cover our operational and administrative expense. Every dollar you give goes directly to animal transport, saving the lives of thousands of animals each year!