Transport homeless pets to safety
When you volunteer to drive a pet from one community where they’re at risk to another community where they’re more likely to get adopted, you’re helping to save the lives of homeless pets.
Hundreds of thousands of dogs and cats are killed in animal shelters every year, simply because they don’t have safe places to call home. Transport programs are crucial in preventing this killing because they give at-risk pets lifesaving lifts to areas where they have greater chances of finding homes.
You can be a part of the lifesaving when you volunteer to drive pets from overcrowded shelters to regions of the country where they are more likely to get adopted.
You can drive loving pets — just like this adorable kitten — to safety
Here’s what to expect as a transport volunteer
Volunteer drivers help homeless cats and dogs get from overcrowded shelters to regions of the country where they have a much greater chance of finding homes.
Transport Volunteer Tasks
Take a lifesaving ride with Best Friends
To get started and connect to a local pet transport program, select the Best Friends location nearest you:
Help a Best Friends Network Partner near you drive pets to safety
The Best Friends Network is made up of thousands of public and private shelters, rescue groups, spay/neuter organizations, and other animal welfare groups across the country, all working to save the lives of dogs and cats in communities like yours.
Each and every one of our network partners needs caring people like you to transport, adopt, foster, donate, volunteer, and advocate to help save the lives of pets where you live.
Find a network partner near you today: