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Flying Abandoned Animals to Freedom

TO HELP SAVE HOMELESS CANINES, PAUL STEKLENSKI PILOTS FLIGHTS TO TAKE THEM TO NEW HOMES
Rescue Me “When you save a dog’s life,” says Steklenski (with some of his rescue animals), “you’re changing someone else’s life down the road.”

All Paul Steklenski and his wife, Michelle, wanted was a dog. But every time they visited pet shops near their home in Schwenksville, Pa., all they left with was a “creepy feeling” from seeing animals confined to a box

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