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Welcome to Animal Rescue Flights!

Please spay or neuter your pet. ~ Bob Barker

Green Eyes

Bob, Clark, Green Eyes, and Red

Julia, April, and May

Animal Rescue Flights (ARF) was created by pilots who want to bring awareness to the need for widespread, low-cost spaying and neutering programs as a solution to America's animal over-population problem. We are a non-profit, charitable organization of pilots, volunteers, and friends who believe in the benefit of volunteering our skills and resources to help save animals in need. Animal Rescue Flights promotes, plans, and performs the transportation of animals from overcrowded shelters where they face certain death to other parts of the country where qualified families are waiting to adopt them. There is never a fee of any kind, either to the sender or the receiver of an animal flying with ARF.


ASPCA Announces Winners
of the 2010 Humane Awards
We are pleased to announce that Animal Rescue Flights is a recipient of the ASPCA Presidential Service Award this year. The founders of ARF would like to thank the many pilots who have donated their skills and resources to saving animals since the organization was founded in 2008 for their part in making ARF what it is today. Many thanks go to the ASPCA for recognizing ARF's efforts with this award. To see the press release about ARF's award as well as other recipients of the 2010 Humane Awards, click here.


Where Love Takes wing ... ARFports across the U.S.A.
(Click on map for full-size view)

ARF Pilot Locations

Animal Rescue Flights Quick-Links

Special thanks to Dave Parsons of RunwayFinder.com for his technical contributions to the ARF flight planning process.

Animal Rescue Flights makes the news on WWSB ABC 7 in Sarasota, FL!
Click HERE for all the photos from this huge animal airlift from Florida to Maine!

NBC-TV in Washington, DC reports on Animal Rescue Flights' Great Escape III!
We received great coverage on NBC in the Washington, DC, area as we transitted through. ARF pilots are becoming experts on delivering the message about the animal overpopulation problem we have in the USA and that the answer is spay / neuter. Click the image to the left to see the video. ARF's core goal is to bring awareness to the need for widespread, low-cost spaying and neutering programs as a solution to America's animal over-population problem and publicity like this helps a lot.
Click HERE to see all the photos from The Great Escape III!

WBAY-TV Action News 2 in Green Bay, WI coverage of Animal Rescue Flights!
Braxton is a 5 mo. old white male puppy who had surgery for his hip and needed special rehab in Wisconsin. The trip from Georgia to Wisconsin would have taken two days via ground transportation and involved numerous transfers, and Animal Rescue Flights provided the answer. Click the image to the left to see the video.
Click HERE to see all the photos from this rescue flight!