Dogs are flowing from Georgia to areas around Washington, D
MACON, Ga. — Packed in a dog crate, a 3-year-old boxer mix named Sky took flight earlier this month.
She was one of a half-dozen dogs who got the ride of their lives flying from Macon, Georgia, to new homes in Virginia.
Kim Williams, who volunteers for the Lost Dog and Cat Rescue Foundation of Arlington, Virginia, tells WMAZ-TV he has tapped into a puppy pipeline to bring some of Georgia’s homeless pet population to the mid-Atlantic region, where demand is outrunning the number of dogs available for adoption.
“We have had the most incredible outpouring of people in the D.C. suburbs that have a strong desire to rescue dogs and cats during this pandemic,” Williams wrote in an email.
Williams, who has family in Macon, met Kristin Reid during one of her visits with relatives.
Reid has a 30-acre horse farm…
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