Fly Pups Brings Over 30 Puppies To Toms River
Yes, the puppy talk continues and no, I am not sorry.
To celebrate National Puppy Day last Friday, the nonprofit organization Fly Pups brought a plane of 31 puppies that lived in deplorable conditions and were set to be euthanized from Mississippi.
All of the puppies were happily delivered to a foster-based rescue, Puppy Love Pet Rescue in Toms River where the puppies arrived and instead got to play in snow for the very first time.
"Many fosters came to the airport, claimed their new friends and will prepare them for adoptions. It was exactly how we like to celebrate National Puppy Day," said Flypups founder, Chairman, and Chief Volunteer Pilot, Matthew Kiener.
Fly Pups is dedicated to taking dogs from the Southern states where neutering pets is not prevalent but kill shelters are. The goal is to bring them to the Northern states where they can be better cared for and have a chance of finding their forever homes.
If you are interested in getting involved with Fly Pups, visit their website or visit the organization in Allentown, New Jersey where they will host their 5K run where runners choose to include their dog on Mother's Day, May 13th.
And what about adopting those precious little balls of fur? Visit Puppy Love Pet Rescue's website and get ready for their next adoption day on Saturday, March 31st!
Check out the original article at APP.com.
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