We are dedicated to creating a National list of volunteers willing to help transport animals from KILL and Non-Kill shelters to Foster and "Fur-ever" homes throughout North America. Our two MAIN goals are: to create/maintain a D/B of the Rescue Groups, Transport Coordinators and Volunteer Transport Drivers that are fundamental to the purpose of animal transports; and to create/maintain a list of Emergency Contacts and Volunteer Searchers in the event of LOST transport animals.
There are thousands of groups in North America who rescue unbelievable numbers of dogs, cats and other household pets each year. These groups then spend personal and donated monies, to have these animals treated professionally (Vaccines, spay/neuter, etc.), provide foster-care, and then (hopefully!) find permanent homes for these animals. Most times, these animals are pulled out of "Kill" shelters hours, and sometimes minutes, before they are to be euthanized.
The National Database for Animal Rescue and Transports puts these groups and/or individuals together on a list that is available only to other members needing help in transporting animals from Point A to Point B. Point A is usually somewhere in the southern Unites States where dogs and cats are considered by many to be "just animals". Point B can be any place where there is a person or family willing to open their hearts and home to a new family member. All transports are put together by volunteer Coordinators, most of whom work Full-Time jobs, and driven by volunteer Drivers using their own personal vehicles, (be it a car, truck, RV or private plane) and monies, to get the animals to that "Point B" - their permanent home.
There is no charge at this time to join or use our Database.
Picture on right is our original Dog Transport! Piper, our 6 mo. old Great Dane, walking Ebony, our 5 yr. old Cocker Spaniel. Piper died soon after. RIP Piper.