Save a Shelter Pet From Death
EVERY YEAR, 1.6 MILLION SHELTER-PETS
ARE KILLED IN SHELTERS
The Pet Airways Save-A-Million Pets Program
collects pets from shelter death rows in cities
where pets have no hope for adoption, and flies
them to cities where there are people ready, willing
and wanting to adopt them.
Why Are So Many Pets Euthanized in Shelters
Shelters Have Limited Space
Shelters are overcrowed by pets arriving a greater rate than can be adopted out to the local community.
Some lucky pets are rescued by rescue groups.
Unfortunately, the shelters have no other alternatives but to euthanize the rest.
Communications Are Poor
The Pet Rescue world is mostly comprised of volunteers with limited resources.
Their efforts are disjointed, lacking any clear inter-group organization or computerized system to communicate between themselves and with shelters.
Pet Transportation Is A Problem
Shelters and rescue groups, with limited resources do not necessarily have the vehicles and people to transport pets to cities where their rescues can be adopted.
The transports do not occur on a consistent basis, and when they do, the number of pets they can transport is relatively small to the number of pets that need rescuing.
What Can Be Done To Limit
The Euthanasia of Shelter-Pets
Create an efficient system and process that moves pets from cities where the only solution is euthanasia, to cites where there is a 100% chance of adoption
Create a Process and System
Enlist Shelters and Rescue Groups
Manage the Process
Remove Death Row Pets
Engage Individuals and Corporations To Support the Cause
Fly Pets to Where They Will Be Adopted
Are You Looking For A Cause to Get Behind?
What is a better cause than saving a life?
Shelter-Pets need a life-line. With you on their side, they are one
step closer to being a great companian friend for someone.
Type of Sponsorships
You can be a sponsore. Sponsor as many pets as you want. Every pet’s life counts.
Get your company behind a cause that all the team can be proud of. Your company can save many lives.