Flying lessons are also offered to volunteers so they can eventually be part of the pilot crew. As of their latest count this year, PNP will transport more than 15,000 animals and would take them over their 150,000 total rescues to date.
“It’s amazing to see the pilots stay in touch with the adoptive homes. They’ll get Christmas cards and updates,” Quinn says. “It’s something that has a ripple effect. … I think it just enriches peoples lives.”
The animals they rescue each deserve the effort, time and resources they spend. Each dog becomes part of the PNP family and will be showered with love until they find a new owner.
Animals deserve to be loved as well as any human does. And in PNP, they surely know how to give that kind of love. What an amazing group of people!
And since Pilots N Paws is a non-profit organization, they welcome and appreciate donations. See how you can help here.