BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Over 100 dogs and cats were placed on jets this morning and are being sent to different destinations with Wings of Rescue.
The animals will arrive at humane societies and organizations that have more space than our local shelters and people that are ready to adopt them.
Wings of Rescue is made possible by Kern County Animal Services, the city of Bakersfield Animal Care Center and other local organizations.
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