A large group of dogs, 45 to be exact, have airline tickets to the Edmonton Humane Society in Canada.
The Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center in Riverside received a call from the agency, requesting small dogs. Locally the agency had plenty of pets looking for new homes. What resulted was a plan to fly the pets to Canada this week.
The Inland Empire has been flooded with extra animals as a result of the ongoing housing crisis.
In Canada, small pets are in high demand at adoption centers. Finding homes for 45 pets at one time frees up a lot of room for more local pets in need of good homes. The mass adoption has been called the “Freedom Flight for Dogs.”
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