Wings of Rescue Flying Disaster Relief Flights from Hurricanes Harvey and Irma!

Within hours of Hurricane Harvey striking Texas, Wings of Rescue dispatched planes into the disaster zone and it has been non-stop flights ever since continuing straight through Hurricane Irma.   Within the first two weeks, Wings of Rescue has flown 17 missions and saved over 1,500 dogs and cats and the number is rising daily. We will be continuing daily Harvey and Irma relief flights for as long as we are needed. It is estimated that over 100,000 pets have been displaced by the hurricanes.  Our rapid response team wants to assure everyone that the pets we are flying entered shelters[…]

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Why We Must Fly – Puerto Rico

  Why we MUST fly.   In the United States territory of Puerto Rico, the shelters euthanize 92 percent of all pets brought to them, as few pets are spay/neutered and they are constantly breeding.  It’s not just Pit Bulls and Chihuahuas either, it’s Golden Retrievers, Yorkshire Terriers, Poodles and other highly prized breeds as well.   On April 4th, 2017. Wings of Rescue in conjunction with our partners the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), the Greater Good, and Pittsburgh Aviation Animal Rescue Team (PART) flew 200 dogs and cats from the high intake Santuario Canita Shelter, Humane Society of[…]

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