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Wings of Rescue Responds to Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas

When disaster strikes Wings of Rescue responds quickly.  From September 1, 2019 Hurricane Dorian pummeled the Bahamian islands of Abaco  and Grand Bahama for three days leaving an unimaginable path of destruction, Marsh Harbour was reduced to rubble and the eastern side of Grand Bahama was devastated.  Hurricane Dorian took a heavy toll on humans – […]

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Cats Fly First Class At Wings of Rescue!

Cats often have it bad in most open-admission shelters across the United States.   A cat has only a one percent chance of getting out of a shelter alive in many Louisiana shelters.  In California shelters the live release rates are frequently less than 15 percent, in Oklahoma it’s less than 5 percent.  Cats get top […]

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Wings of Rescue – Saving Pets and Families!

On behalf of the nearly 11,000 pets we have flown to safety this year and all of us at Wings of Rescue we want to thank you for your support and tell you what we’ve been up to in our last few eventful months and where we are going in the future. We are pleased […]

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Why We Must Fly – Puerto Rico

  Why we MUST fly.   In the United States territory of Puerto Rico, the shelters euthanize 92 percent of all pets brought to them, as few pets are spay/neutered and they are constantly breeding.  It’s not just Pit Bulls and Chihuahuas either, it’s Golden Retrievers, Yorkshire Terriers, Poodles and other highly prized breeds as well.   […]

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Saving Memphis Belles and Beaus!!! UPDATE!!!

On January 18th, 2017 Wings of Rescue completed our first rescue mission from Memphis, Tennessee! 90 dogs and 20 cats were flown from several over crowded shelters that were busting at the seams with loving, highly adoptable pets and flown to our amazing rescue partners in Idaho and Washington.

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Wings of Rescue’s 2017 Mission!

Wings of Rescue is proud of our accomplishments this year. Because of your generous donations we have flown 130 rescue flights in 2016 including almost 10,000 pets (including over 1,500 cats and 70 rabbits) to safety. In 2017, our goal is to fly 12,000 pets to a second chance but, our mission is going to […]

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