A reprieve is expected from the overcrowded Phoenix and California animal shelters where Wings of Rescue will fly 110 at -risk shelter dogs and cats to give them a second chance to life in Seattle, Washington area.
This flight dubbed “freekibble Flight to Freedom” is funded by the nonprofit organisation Greatorgood in partnership with Freekibble. Rick Browde of Wings of Rescue said it was refreshing to be able to help and the people in Phoenix should know that they can stop by at the Maricopa Animal Care and Control where they can find amazing pups as he termed their volunteer pilots to be the real heroes.
In several shelters, adoptable pets get euthanised due to overcrowding and surprisingly in other areas, many shelters have shortages in the same. Wings of Rescue will help overcrowded shelters by flying the homeless pups to shelters where they can be adopted within three to four days.
In addition, Halo and Purely for Pets donated 10,000 nutritious bowls of pet food to help care for the 110 pet passengers at the receiving shelter. If you’re interested in donating to help fly pets to freedom, visit this link here. Please share this post with everyone you know – people need to know real heroes are out there, only they don’t wear costumes or capes!