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Sweet Sixteen from Texas – National Mutt Day (July 31) was their lucky day as Pilots To The Rescue stepped in to speed up their journey to safety.
On July 28th, a dozen kittens took to the skies for a life-saving flight from Virginia to New Hampshire. They were stewarded by Pilots To The Rescue Top Dog Pilot Michael Schneider, Co-Pilot Daniel Baumel, and professional make-up artist, influencer, and animal...
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals® (ASPCA®) was the first humane society to be established in North America and is, today, one of the largest in the world. Founded on the belief that animals are entitled to kind and respectful treatment at...
These two adorable foxes will both become Animal Ambassadors – Bitti in Massachusetts and Bikku in Connecticut, helping to educate and inspire society to protect wildlife and wild places and helping the public learn about the importance of Species Survival Plans.
Our friends at Mount Pleasant Animal Shelter in New Jersey recently posted an article we thought our subscribers would enjoy. It's called "How Pets Can Help You Lose That COVID-19 Weight and Reduce Stress." Spoiler Alert: They are great motivators! Read the entire...
If you’re a fan of People Magazine, (and who isn’t?) you’ll love this new article by Kelli Bender currently featured in the online magazine’s digital issue about a recent Pilots To The Rescue mission that saved fifty-one cats and kittens!
Pilots To The Rescue is featured in the current issue of Go Magazine – AAA’s official magazine for the Carolinas, and we couldn’t be more thrilled. Author Martin Rose wrote a fabulous piece that talks about the problem of pet overpopulation, the challenges we face as an organization, and how you can help.
Pilots to the Rescue now has more ways to donate than ever before!
Arizona was part of Pilots to the Rescue’s April 10th epic cat rescue flight. He had been brought to a shelter in a poor, rural area in South Carolina as a stray. He had a bloody nose and was limping on his right front leg. X-rays revealed a leg bone that was completed shattered, most likely from a gunshot wound.