This month (August 2020) Hurricane Isaias hit the Carolina's, we immediately jumped into action for emergency rescue and transports. We helped transport some birds that were injured or stranded from the hurricane to Carolina Wildlife Rehabilitation Center. These people due great work!
When we heard about two Lab puppies "free to good home" we immediately made contact, we spoke with the owner and asked if they would release them to our rescue so we could secure good homes for them and they did. We picked these little guys up and transported to our rescue where they were adopted by two wonderful families.
When we were contacted about helping out with a piggy get to her new home we were happy to comply. We love all animals but something about a piggy! We drove up to North Carolina picked up the little piggy after 50 minutes of trying to get her loaded up in the pouring down rain then the trip 4 hours south to her new home in South Carolina where she has a new family and other farm animal friends. We are so grateful for everyone involved in her new journey and her new forever family.
We helped transport a blind chicken from Cherry Hill, NJ to Virginia, her name is Betty and so lovely, her friend Eve a quail is also with her spending out their days at a wonderful sanctuary in Virginia, thank you to everyone for all their help in saving their lives.
We are keeping busy with transports due to the Coronavirus but we are TClass USDA certified and will keep transporting with all safety percautions in place as well as following each state restrictions at this time. We were able to pick up 2 sugar gliders in Roanoke Rapids, NC and transport to Shiloh, SC. Absolute cuteness! We thank everyone involved with their rescue and transport.
We picked up Bane in North Myrtle Beach, SC and fostered for a few days before transporting to his rescue in Conneticut to Cathy's Rottie Rescue, Rehab & Sanctuary. Thank you to everyone involved in making this journey happen!
We had a busy year with many dogs, puppies, cats and kittens transported to their forever homes! We traveled from Florida all the way up to Maine stopping in different states in between. So many we couldn't keep up with updating each transport on our website but know we traveled thousands of miles in helping these beautiful animals on their new journey in life!
Little Gracie was rescued twice, once from a dog attack and secondly from a kill shelter. She had surgery to repair her intestines, once she was fully recovered she was adopted! We were contacted asking if we could get her from Texas to Florida to her new family, we made it happen! Gracie update: she is happy and loving her new home along with her beautiful 5 kittens! Sadly, her little runt passed away. Thank to all of Gracie's road Angels. This transport is in loving memory of her little runt "Louisiana".
We have been busy in the new year with multiple transport throughout South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and more. Here are some pictures of the beautiful dogs we transported.
This is an amazing story we received this transport by referral from another rescue friend. Mia was stuck in California and needed to get to New York to be reunited with her Mom. Several attempts were made but due to weather and Holidays each transport failed until Valentine's Day! After one year being apart we coordinated a 4 day cross country travel to get Mia from CA to her mom in NY. We want to thank every road Angel and overnight foster that helped get Mia home. This was a transport we will never forget and forever grateful we were given the opportunity to make it happen and work with exceptional drivers and fosters! You all are Mia's Angels on wheels!
Kenia got out of his house in New York, for three weeks his family searched for him. The family was scheduled to relocate to South Carolina for employment they had to leave Kenia behind. Heartbroken with the thought of Kenia had frozen to death they received a call that he had been found. Transport was scheduled and Kenia was on the road to South Carolina. We picked Kenia up in Florence, SC and drove him to his connecting transport in St. George, SC where he was then reunited with his family. Kenia is living life as nothing ever happened, his family is very grateful for his safe return. Many thanks to everyone who helped with this reunion!
16 year old long coat apple face 100% spoiled and handsome Chihuahua :)