Meet a few of our Pilot Pups
China Doll, rescued and named in honor of the 45,000 strays killed in a single mass killing in China.
Your donation not only goes to help end pet overpopulation and prevent the suffering of stray dogs and cats, it also allows us to rescue more pups like China Doll.
When Frenchie was first found, there were doubts that she would make it. She was skin and bones, and rescuers noticed that her legs looked deformed.
After several weeks of some tender love and care and plenty of nourishment, Frenchie was able to make a full recovery. She loves to eat cantaloupe and bananas!
Today, Frenchie is a gentle, sweet and happy little Bulldog who is grateful to those who saved her.
A graduating class of 6 Pilot Pups!
Marley, also known as the gentle giant, loves lounging in the green grass, basking in the sun and giving sloppy kisses to everyone!
All of our Pilot Pups are adopted out into loving homes. We also cover all associated costs such as veterinary care, food, housing, transportation, adoption -- and we add a hefty dose of love and affection.
Jipsy and Sissy
Jipsy and Sissy, just hours after being rescued -- Jipsy looks worried, while Sissy is hiding in the grass and can barely be seen. They were found hiding behind a trash dumpster in an alley.
They are both very gentle, but their confidence has grown after being adopted into their forever home. Jipsy is an excellent runner and pretty lively -- when the cameras aren't around!
... an inquisitive Pilot Pup.
Your donation not only goes to help end pet overpopulation and prevent the suffering of stray dogs and cats, it also allows us to rescue more pups like Sally.
Miss Sunny: once homeless and near death, now she's rescued and shopping at the hardware store! She's a lover of peanut butter, long walks and chasing squirrels. Her rescuer wrote, "When I scooped her up, she was gentle as could be. The poor thing, the first thing she tried to do was shake hands."
Buddy, one of our rescued Pilot Pups, having fun in the snow!
Shar, not happy to be wearing the cone, is known as "the shy one" and she gets along with everyone!
She loves snuggling, especially with her human parents.
Rosie, going for a fun run in the sun.
Your donation not only goes to help end pet overpopulation and prevent the suffering of strays, it also allows us to rescue more pups like Rosie.
Missy, a rescued Pilot Pup, giving 600's founder Alex a sloppy tongue kiss!
Molly, a Pilot Pup, enjoying the outdoors.