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150 Rescue Dogs Fly from California to North Shore Animal League America

Written by Long Island News & PR  |  04. February 2015

Farmingdale, NY - February 4th, 2015 - Over 150 dogs, mostly small breeds, are being flown by Wings of Rescue from overcrowded municipal shelters in California this Thursday, February 5th.  70-90 of the dogs are going to North Shore Animal League of America.  As the pioneers and founders of Humane Relocation, the Animal League is thrilled to welcome these dogs into our care and look forward to finding them loving homes.

The dogs are expected to be available for adoption starting Wednesday, February 11th at North Shore Animal League America – just in time for our Valentine’s Day 50% off adoption special for all approved adopters.
 
WHERE  
Sheltair Farmingdale Airport Terminal
1100 New Highway
Farmingdale, NY 11735
                      
About North Shore Animal League of America
Animal League America has saved more than 1,000,000 lives. As the world’s largest no-kill rescue and adoption organization, we understand that a rescue isn’t complete until each animal is placed into a loving home. Our innovative programs provide education to reduce animal cruelty and advance standards in animal welfare.
 
We reach across the country to rescue animals from overcrowded shelters, unwanted litters, puppy mills, natural disasters and other emergencies and find them permanent, loving homes. For more information about North Shore Animal League of America, click here.
 
About Wings of Rescue
Wings of Rescueis starting the new year with the goal of flying 6,000 dogs and cats to safety! The will be arranging more flights this month to airlift another 350 lucky dogs and cats, with their big event in the first week of February is the Flight of the Valentines! For more information about Wings of Rescue, click here.

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