New Pet Transport Non-Profit Helping Make a Difference

Most people have heard the fisherman’s parable about starfish washed up on a beach, when an old man is throwing starfish back into the ocean.  The fisherman doesn’t understand how saving them one by one is going to make a difference, but the old man reminds him that it made a difference to the starfish he just threw back.

While we try to make a difference in people’s lives—and more often than not, I like to think that we do—it is difficult to “save them all,” continuing with the starfish metaphor.  We are, after all, a business providing a first-class service with operating costs, which sometimes prevents every pet owner who wants to use our services from being able to afford our services. 

That’s why I was thrilled to see a tweet by one of our Twitter friends, @DogParkMiami, about a non-profit pet transportation service called Sky Ark.  Sky Ark helps to fill in the gaps that we can’t always assist with—particularly in aiding rescue groups in need of low-cost or free pet transport.

I’m glad to see another company making a difference in the lives of pets and their owners.  It’s certainly a much-needed service, and the demand exists for all variations of pet transport companies!

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By Eddy on February 19, 2018 at 3:59 pm

Thank you for your services that makes a difference not just companion animal but for people who love them . We are volunteers that help adopt cats and kittens that are rescued from different parts and cituations in our town of Mobile Alabama, and found someone in Providence Rhode Island that wants to adopt one of our rescue kittens, and was wondering if your organization or somone in our area would help us to get this kitten to them, we thank you in advance for any help or guidance. Sincerely, Eddy n Jan Rivera
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By cquezada@petrelocation.com on February 20, 2018 at 11:36 am

Hi Eddy,

Thanks for reaching out to us! We do provide moving services for pets within the US if the adopter wanted to contact us to arrange transportation for the kitten. However, as a company policy we do not move animals under four months of age. You may also want to look into a local organization that provides transport services. IPATA is a great resource for locating trusted shipping companies—you can search their directory here. Hope this helps!
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