Through rescue transport groups, drivers volunteer to take individual “legs” of the trip, usually averaging an hour or so, each ensuring that the animal arrives safely to the destination. It’s a large undertaking, undoubtedly, but these efforts grant these pets a second chance, and it’s astounding to see the number of people that come together for the sake of one pet. Rescue groups tend to be close-knit, as well, and it’s an opportunity to gather with like-minded individuals working toward a common goal.
“…it’s an opportunity to gather with like-minded individuals working toward a common goal.”
If you’d like to get involved in pet rescue transports, there are many Rescue and Transport Groups to choose from on Facebook, based on your location and availability. Many of these are volunteer-based and always looking for new drivers, fosters, and overnights. All it takes is a quick form, a few supplies, and a little gas to get you started!
I’ve transported pups before-it is so rewarding! Do you have a favorite rescue to transport with? Share below!