A busload of living, breathing souls on their way to a second chance at life is, in our opinion, the most precious cargo imaginable. In order to deliver rescue animals safely to their new destination, there is nothing quite as important as having a great team in place to assist with operations. Great communication skills, supreme organizational abilities, and the capacity to troubleshoot in a moment’s notice are essential to keeping things running smoothly. With
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Rescue Bus in Oregon
Stacy and Michelle of Kingsburg’s PROUD Pet Rescue with two safe and happy rescue pups. February 14, 2018 marks the third anniversary of Rescue Express, and since the inaugural transport in 2015, we have saved the lives of close to 14,000 animals. Using large-capacity school buses, we are able to safely and humanely transport up to 200 animals out of areas in need of assistance, and by doing so help to alleviate the chance of
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September 30, 2016

Tracy & Brian

Gwen’s freedom ride on the Rescue Express bus happened just in the nick of time. Her euthanasia date had been scheduled for the very next day. While on the transport from southern California to her destination in Oregon, Gwen gave birth to a litter of puppies. Without the coordination of our transport and our fantastic rescue partners, Gwen and her puppies would not have been given the chance to find their forever homes.
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September 23, 2016

Cooper

This handsome lad is Cooper, a very lucky 2-year-old Lab/Husky/Staffordshire Terrier mix who was surrendered with his brother to a high-kill shelter in California by previous owners. Cooper’s brother was aggressive toward him, leaving bite marks and a few scars that still remain. His brother was adopted first, leaving Cooper in the shelter while time was running out. He was scheduled to be euthanized and still hadn’t been adopted.  Shelter employees and FurFriends Animal Rescue desperately raced against time to find a foster
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September 23, 2016

Zoey

This fluffy white face is Zoey, a 2-year- old South Korean Jindo who traveled halfway around the world to reach her forever home and an unlikely reunion. The dog meat trade is a heartbreaking reality in South Korea, and Zoey was unfortunate enough to have been born into this industry. Luckily, Zoey was saved from a dog meat farm where over 300 dogs were living in deplorable conditions awaiting their imminent death. Her freedom is in large part thanks to activist group, Nami Kim
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