Pilot helps homeless dogs take flight from crowded shelters

02/4/2009 | SouthtownStar (Chicago), The

A lawyer in Danielson, Conn., has a part-time flying hobby with a good-hearted twist -- he donates his time and his plane to Pilots-N-Paws, an organization that flies dogs from crowded shelters to rescue groups and shelters in other states where the shelters have more room. The lawyer, Martin Weiss, describes how the organization was founded in February in South Carolina and is made up mainly of private pilots who donate their time.

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