Pets with Wings Freedom Flights
This campaign would help transport as many as 100-120 pet to these rescues. Last year PWW transported almost 400 homeless pets stateside. Our goal for this year is 500 or as many as we can. We can reach that goal with your continued support and donations.
Please consider donating and if you can't donate, please volunteer to help ready our freedom flights, or transport, foster or adopt.
Some of the stateside rescues PWW has partnerships with are:
Save A Dog a rescue in Sudbury, Massachusetts;
Pet Search operated in Pennsylvania;
Angels Helping Animals Worldwide in Martha's Vineyard;
Spotty Dog Rescue in Connecticut;
North Shore Animal League located in Long Island New York;
Waterville Humane Society in Maine;
Noah's Ark in Illinois; and
The Potter's League in Rhode Island, to name a few.
The rescues listed above are the ones we deal with most often but others have helped us. We are constantly adding to our list of partner rescues.
PWW depends on donations and volunteers to make this happen. Our local volunteers step up to the plate and meet at the shelter and wash, walk, set up, crates, go to the airport to help get these animals out.
The other group are the individuals who pick up at the destination airport, Through last minute travelers, airline flight cancellations, delays, mistakes, late arrivals, very very late arrivals, customs, wind, snow, rain these individuals are always there.
Our Pets With Wings program is funded strictly by donations. The public has always stepped up to the plate to donate. We are now met with a crisis. There are travelers, rescues but not enough funds to sponsor the animals. The cost of transports is anywhere between $125 and $325 per animal depending on the size of the animal and whether it is under the seat or under the plane. That price includes health cert and rabies if required. In addition, commercial airline restrictions:weight, breed, weather and space make it nearly impossible to send our larger pets stateside.
Thank you for your continued support.