Acadiana Animal Aid to Transport More Than 225 Animals

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(Lafayette, La.)– Acadiana Animal Aid, a local no-kill animal shelter and nonprofit organization, is partnering with Wings of Rescue, a nonprofit organization that flies shelter pets to safety, to transport more than 225 dogs and cats to Washington State on Saturday, March 16. This will be Acadiana Animal Aid’s largest transport flight to date.

Each year, Acadiana Animal Aid provides exemplary care and shelter for approximately 2,700 animals and transports more than 1,900 animals to no-kill shelter partners through the country.

For more information, contact Jeanine Foucher, Executive Director of Acadiana Animal Aid, at (206) 335-9279.

WHAT: Acadiana Animal Aid Partners with Wings of Rescue to Transport More Than 225 Animals to Safety

WHEN:  Saturday, March 16, 2019, at 7:45 a.m. 

WHERE:    Aircraft Hangar

                  217 Jet Ranger X Drive

                  Lafayette, LA 70508

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