Nearly 100 Dogs Flown to Animal Shelter to Avoid Euthanasia

August 08, 2018 - 2:56 pm

By Kayla Jardine 

These dogs are on their way to their new home!

96 rescue dogs were relocated from an animal shelter in Mobile, Alabama where they were at high-risk to be put down.

The Brandywine Valley SPCA in Delaware flew the pups to their shelter and it looks like they enjoyed their flight.

According to the SPCA, the animals were extremely overcrowded at their old shelter and the move will give them a better chance at finding a new home.

Georgetown, Delaware has a high demand for rescue puppies to adopt, just like these little guys. Once they land, they’ll be cared for by medical staff and one step closer to finding a forever home.

What better way to do that than flying first class?

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