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Volunteers needed as animal transporters


Pets rescued from shelters, abusive homes or picked up from the street often have a long way to travel before being placed in their “forever” homes.

Many times, these rescued animals have been approved to be placed within a home, but the means to send them isn’t available.

In these cases, a network of animal rescue transporters exists all over the country to help move these animals, consisting of people who volunteer their time and gas money to transport them to their new homes, sometimes many states away.

The journeys are broken down into “legs” of 60 to 90 miles, one way. Transp...

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