Not all angels have wings. Some fly planes that carry at-risk dogs and cats to safety every month. Two hundred healthy felines and canines scheduled to be euthanized just made their flight to no-kill shelters in the northwest so they could find forever homes.
The animals were taken from overcrowded California and Texas shelters that planned to euthanize the dogs, according to the report by Fox News.
“Most of these dogs and cats won’t survive if they don’t make this flight,” Freekibble wrote on its Facebook page. The majority of shelters in the state of Washington have a no-kill policy.
One hundred and three dogs were transported Wednesday to various shelters, including the Humane Society of Tacoma and Pierce County, Kitsap Humane Society and Seattle Humane Society, Fox News reported.
Some 100 cats and arrived Thursday afternoon from Dallas. All of these animals were flown to Washington with the help of Wings of Rescue, GreaterGood and Freekibble. Wings of Rescue has saved more than 20,000 animals. They flew 400 animals just this week.