September 02, 2021 2 min read
Animal transport is a powerful tool of the rescue world, saving lives simply by putting animals somewhere that they have a better shot at adoption. Sometimes, all a dog needs is the right place for a second chance.
That's why we're beyond excited to be partnering once again with No Dog Left Behind. Their mission is to move animals from danger to safety, by whatever means. Whether that’s flying rescue dogs out of the path of a hurricane, or driving animals from overcrowded shelters to rescues with room… their goal is to save lives. And since their founding, they've rescued over 13,000 animals simply through transport.
The last time we teamed up with this incredible organization, the support was off the charts. We raised over $5,000. A portion those funds were used to sponsor a transport flight that saved dozens of shelter dogs, including the 11,000th rescue for No Dog Left Behind.
This month, the funds from your purchases of Rescue Roast will help NDLB transport even more pups out of harm’s way. With winter upcoming, they’ll be focused on where they can make the greatest impact -- their ground transport program, which they call "Land Pilots." They're already starting to see shelters fill up as the world opens back up, so the need will be great.
Luckily, there's an easy way to get involved. Through September 30th, 100% of the profits from Rescue Roast will benefit No Dog Left Behind. And we have the opportunity to make a huge impact. On average, this amazing group will be able to rescue one pup for every 10 bags of Rescue Roast sold. So, please grab a bag to support their incredible mission to transport animals to safety by any means necessary.To join in, pick up a bag of Rescue Roast here!
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Last Weekend while many of us were prepping or celebrating the holidays an aircraft left an airfield in Puerto Rico bound for New York. Inside that plane were 140 homeless dogs. Every one of which was getting a second shot at a new and better life thanks to the Sato Project.