Volunteers rescued 27 dogs from Alabama to Orlando to keep them alive

Recently, volunteer Cassandra Bergeron transported 27 dogs from Alabama to Orlando on a flight that likely saved them from euthanization. Dogs were flown to several different rescues & shelters, as part of an on-going effort to save our canine friends

She and her friends accompanied Michael Young, a University of Central Florida professor and pilot who spearheads the Alabama Puppy Rescue Flights. They took off from Orlando and landed at the airport in Enterprise, Ala. The puppies were waiting.

This was no fly by night operation either. They checked to have each of the dogs' papers, cleaned them up, gave them some honey to help with any possible nausea and a chance to burn off some energy.

The best part is that all 27 puppies have been adopted!

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