October 10, 2010 - in Anderson, SC, is a huge animal shelter with easily 500 dogs in it on a day-to-day basis. In this economy, not many of these dogs will find local adopters. Fortunately, the women that run the shelter for the city are very, very dedicated to working with rescues and transporters to get as many dogs out of their shelter as possible and on their way to parts of the country where there is not an animal overpopulation problem and where the dogs will more likely find new homes of their own. But there is a huge amount of dogs and many end up on death row...perfectly adoptable...but not able to get out in time.
ARF Passengers going to Beau Buddy Rescue in Wiscasset, ME (KIWI): Julie Damon firstname.lastname@example.org 207-522-5592
Iris pit bull pup approx 15 lbs
ARF Passengers going to Pets Alive in Montgomery, NY (KMGM): 845-649-1860 email@example.com
Autumn chihuahua 10 lbs
Cindy Corgi/chi x tba appox 20 lbs
Hoagie doxy x 19 lbs
Harpo doxy x tba approx 20 lbs
Scooter chihuahua x tba approx 15 lbs
Clyde chihuahua x tba approx 15 lbs
Quigley peke x tba appox 15 lbs
Jack Farley spaniel x tba approx 20 lbs
Dudley terrier x tba approx 25 lbs
Grover terrier x tb approx 20 lbs
Kermit terrier x tba approx 25 lbs
Chase doxy x tba approx 20 lbs
ARF Passengers going to Jen Politis in Albany, NY (4B0): 518-369-4482 firstname.lastname@example.org
Smitty chihuahua 9 lbs
Barry S. Team Mutt Muffs!
Joe and Lori B.
Harpo waiting for Cindy to be boarded
Kermits decides to rest, its taking too long to get boarded, just like the big airliners! Harpo is trying to sniff out the treats he knows are in the back seat pocket.
Chase, says "enough already, can't we get going yet?"
Mike M, Al, Bruce Brin and Mike S with some of the passengers
Smile Iris..boy was she close to being adopted right on the field!
Orange County, NY. Final destination for most of the passengers
Safe and Sound at Orange County with Pets Alive receivers
ARF Pilot Mike gathers up Iris to introduce her to her new foster family.
And we have video! Before you judge, understand... we're pilots, not cameramen. Enjoy!