TODAY’S RESCUE MISSION July 24, 2013

TODAY’S RESCUE MISSION July 24, 2013

Dexter, a black-and-white Catahoula, and Crystal, a brown-and-white Catahoula, needed urgent transport from Houston to Opelousas, LA. Crystal was near feral when rescued, very timid, but had amazing eyes: one brown, the other light blue. Dave Massey, another Houston-area Cessna Cardinal pilot, and  Wade Roberts departed from Pearland Regional Airport in 20223 for the short flight to Opelousas, assisted by an 18-knot tailwind, where they delivered the hounds to Mark Rayner, a ground volunteer for Catahoula Rescue. Crystal has a home, and Dexter will be fostered until he is adopted.

The picture below is of them on the ground at OPL with ground transport and a note from Catahoula Rescue pasted below.

“Wonderful!! I’m glad the weather … and the dogs …¬†cooperated. Thank you for helping two more Catahoulas. I’m in awe of the PNP program. Y’all are making such a difference in rescue’s ability to help these dogs. Thank you again for all you do.”

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4 Responses to “TODAY’S RESCUE MISSION July 24, 2013”

  1. What a great story! So glad that these two pups have a much happier life ahead of them!

  2. Elaine Gillespie 24. Jul, 2013 at 10:52 pm

    Love PNP and everyone who supports them. People who give so much to animals are truly angels on Earth.

  3. As always, great job guys!

  4. Thanks again for all you do helping animals get to their foster and permanent homes. Pilots N Paws ROCKS!