Over 120 furry passengers are getting ready for their first flight to a new state and new chance to get adopted. They’re among the new members now a part of the Wings of Rescue Project which has parted with the Tulsa Humane Society. Tune at noon to find out where they’re going. pic.twitter.com/L5Z8CzjWTS
— Dane Hawkins (@DaneHawkinsTV) December 27, 2019
The Humane Society of Tulsa will be loading a rescue flight at R.L. Jones airport on the morning of Friday, December 27th. According to Ashley Villines with the Human Society of Tulsa.
They will be sending 139 Tulsa pets to their partners in Maine and New Hampshire.
83 dog and 43 cat “pet passengers” will be loaded onto a flight, taking them to find new homes in New Hampshire and Maine thanks to Human Society pet partnerships in those states.
The passengers for this flight range from kittens still with their mamas to senior cats, as well as dogs ranging from puppies to at least one that is 8 years old.
This flight will take place at 8 AM Friday, December 27th, at Christiansen Aviation Jet Center-Jones Riverside Airport in Jenks.
To find out more about the Human Society of Tulsa: https://www.tulsapets.com/
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