Pilot Flies 51 Rescue Cats to Security

Pilots to the Rescue is a non-profit organization that helps endangered animals by getting them to safety. Founder Michael Schneider recently reported on his biggest trip, a transport on May 20 with 51 cats, reported PEOPLE.

Schneider flew dozens of cats from the Carolina Cat Rescue after flying from New Jersey to North Carolina. Volunteers helped tailors capture and rescue 51 North and South Carolina animals in need of new homes.

Schneider then flew the cats to Connecticut, where the cats were affiliated with several New England animal shelters. Rescue pilots help cover costs so shelters and animal centers can use their resources to support animals.

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