From The Wings of Rescue website:

"Wings of Rescue flies large scale transports of at-risk shelter pets from disaster areas and overcrowded shelters to brick and mortar shelters where there is empty kennel space and where no local shelter pets are displaced by our flights.   We recognize that transport by itself is not a solution.  It will not solve the underlying problems facing overcrowded open-admission municipal shelters throughout North America.  Education and spay/neuter programs must be instituted in these communities so that we don’t end up in Einstein’s definition of insanity – trying the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.  That’s why we have instituted Operation Pit Stop – providing free spay/neuters to owned pets in West Memphis Tennessee and Bakersfield California Fort Worth Texas and Little Rock Arkansas.

In 2020 Wings of Rescue, despite being grounded for 10 weeks because of the Covid-19 pandemic,  flew 121 flights carrying 9,245 pets (6,950 dogs, 2,233 cats, 23 rabbits, 38 guinea pigs and one 3-legged mouse) weighing 210,980 pounds a distance of 262,064 miles.  We also delivered 44,050 pounds of humanitarian and pet aid to victims of natural disasters in Puerto Rico and the Bahamas.

In 2019 Wings of Rescue flew 9,322 pets (6,600 dogs, 2705 cats, 13 pot-bellied pigs, 3 rabbits and 1 cockatoo) weighing 148,657 pounds, a distance of 301,842 miles on 140 flights.  We also delivered 206,630 pounds of humanitarian and pet aid to victims of Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas.

In 2018, Wings of Rescue flew 7,212 pets (5,454 dogs, 1,756 cats and 2 pot-bellied pigs) weighing 124,151 pounds a distance of 248,233 miles on 103 flights to safety.  We responded to Hurricanes Florence and Michael and the California Wildfires.

In 2017 Wings of Rescue flew 11,183 dogs, cats, rabbits, pigs and guinea pigs to safety.  We are proud that we also flew in 124 tons of badly needed emergency supplies – for both humans and pets – into the Caribbean after the Hurricane Maria catastrophe.   We are also pleased that we were able to fund spay/neuter efforts in Bakersfield California and provide financial aid to underfunded no-kill shelters, so that they could keep their doors open so we could reduce their populations by flying their pets to our network of receiving shelters with empty kennels.  Since our founding in 2012, there are now over 37,000 pets who are cherished family pets living in homes after having been flown on either one of Wings of Rescue’s squadron of volunteer pilot owned planes or on one of charter cargo planes..

For us to fly we need your support.  It costs approximately $100 per pet to fly from danger to a new home – and your generous donations keep us in the air doing what we do best – saving lives.  We are an all-volunteer operation and have no paid employees."