Kendall was a recent co-pilot, having survived a “house of horrors” situation in NC. He was rescued from an abandoned property where 22 animals were living in squalor; unfortunately only half of them made it out alive.
I didn’t meet Kendall until we were loading the aircraft, and he was one of the last ones I was placing on board. I could see that in his crate, he was shaking, scared, and nervous; I didn’t want to put him in another crate by himself on the aircraft, so I placed him next to me for the rescue flight north.
At first he was timid and scared, but he soon warmed up, snuggled, sang, and slept in my lap. I take for granted that almost every co-pilot I ever have falls asleep in my lap, with Kendall it was extra special.
Saving animals, one rescue flight at a time.
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