Warning: These Puppy Pictures May Make You Want To Adopt A Rescue Animal Immediately!!!!

Warning: These Puppy Pictures May Make You Want To Adopt A Rescue Animal Immediately!!!!

Pilot Todd Brooks During His 17th Rescue Mission

Thank You Todd & Mary Brooks For Sharing Your 17th PNP Rescue Mission with us!

Our 17th Pilots N Paws Rescue April 27, 2012 started at (KHSV) Huntsville Airport in Alabama, our home base.  We headed to Tuscaloosa, Al. There we picked up 3 lab puppies from Debbie Puckett. The lab puppies were about 10 weeks old. Also waiting for a ride were 2 beagle mixes, Bernie and Brownie. These little guys were brothers and got along great. The last of the crew was a 15lb Chihuahua and her 6 puppies that were about 3lbs each. These little guys were still nursing.

Bernie and Brownie–two brothers ready to start their new lives!!

Rescue Worker and PNP Pilots Mary & Todd Brooks Holding Some of Their Precious Cargo!

Shannon Walker did a great job of coordinating this rescue. Once all passengers were on board we headed to Greenville, Al. to meet up with Ed and Sandy. When we arrived Ed and Sandy were already starting to load their airplane with 28 dogs. Then we added our 12 to their mix. This was such a jigsaw puzzle to figure out how to fit all of the animals in the airplane. We started loading and unloading crates to make sure everyone would have a place to ride. What a chore, but no one was left behind. Ed took off and headed to Florida.

Puppies!!

It is always very emotional for these rescuers to let the dogs go, but they know the animals are headed for a better life.

Pilot Mary Brooks With An Adorable Puppy She Flew To Safety!

All rescues are complex rescues, but they end up very successful. Another part of a successful rescue is finding someone to take care of our 4 dogs. Thanks to Adam Wallace, who took care of our dogs so we could do this rescue.

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4 Responses to “Warning: These Puppy Pictures May Make You Want To Adopt A Rescue Animal Immediately!!!!”

  1. Nancy Deerfield 07. Jul, 2012 at 5:11 pm

    I just want to say bless you for helping to transport these precious souls so they can find new loving homes. I’ve done my share of fostering and know how important and full filling it can be.

  2. May GOD Bless Each and Everyone that took part in rescuing these animals <3

  3. Caroline Hendrickson 10. Jul, 2012 at 10:50 pm

    You have the best job in the world!!!!

  4. Michelle Arthebise 15. Jul, 2012 at 5:53 pm

    Thank you so much for your dedication to savings pet; and how wonderful is that to hold such delightful loving creatures in your arms, not forgetting puppies kisses.

    Great job; big hearts!