The canine stars of Flying Fur documentary WOODY and MAXIMUS were saved due to the efforts of the volunteers at Wilson County Humane Society.

Wilson County Humane Society in North Carolina is an all-volunteer, state-registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to helping animals. No officers or members are compensated. They receive no funds from any federal, state or local government agency. Their organization is purely foster-home based. Members are concerned about the care and well-being of animals in Wilson County, NC.



Flying Fur documentary star, TEDDY, was hours away from being killed but Animals-R-Family circulated his photo across social media platforms. With the help of Flying Fur Animal Rescue they raised the money to not only save him but give him the operation he needed. Animals-R-Family is an all-volunteer, 501(c)(3) dog & cat rescue in CT/NY. Rescuing dogs and cats from kill shelters and finding them loving forever homes is their mission. Animals-R-Family crossposts for kill shelters and surrender intervention to keep animals in their homes.



Flying Fur Animal Rescue was founded in 2015. They are an IRS recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in south eastern Pennsylvania that was founded on the idea of helping desperate animals in need, in a unique fashion.

Every day, healthy, loving animals throughout this country are condemned to euthanization, simply because they cannot get to other areas where they would otherwise be adopted…Flying Fur Animal Rescue  helps to change those odds.

Through a network of animal rescue organizations and ground transport, Flying Fur Animal Rescue helps to move animals from kill shelters to areas where they will be adopted, and given a second chance at life. Many times air transport is the safest and most efficient way to transport these animals. Usually we can help move animals from shelter to rescue within the same day.