Airport helps connect 100 at-risk pets to future owners in the Northwest

Nearly 100 at-risk shelter pets from the Dallas area arrived at King County International Airport/Boeing Field to be transferred to organizations in the Puget Sound, where they will find new, loving owners.It’s not every day we welcome an airplane-full of four-legged friends.

But when those dogs and cats touch down to eventually find new homes in the Northwest, it makes us feel especially warm and fuzzy.

On June 8, nearly 100 at-risk dogs and cats from overcrowded shelters in the Dallas area arrived at King County International Airport/Boeing Field to be transferred to animal organizations in King, Snohomish, Pierce, Kitsap and Skagit Counties.Nearly 100 at-risk shelter pets from the Dallas area arrived at King County International Airport/Boeing Field to be transferred to organizations in the Puget Sound, where they will find new, loving owners.

There, they hope to find new, loving owners.

The program is a partnership between Freekibble and Wings of Rescue, which is helping find homes for the at-risk pooches and felines.

Without the partnership, these animals would be scheduled for euthanasia.Nearly 100 at-risk shelter pets from the Dallas area arrived at King County International Airport/Boeing Field to be transferred to organizations in the Puget Sound, where they will find new, loving owners.

To learn more, check out the coverage of the animals’ arrival at Boeing Field:

KOMO: http://komonews.com/news/local/photos-100-at-risk-shelter-pets-arrive-in-seattle-begin-search-for-loving-owners

Q13: http://q13fox.com/2017/06/08/106-dogs-and-cats-rescued-from-dallas-kill-shelters-now-in-puget-sound/