Two years ago, we fell in love with a puppy in east Texas who was about to be euthanized. We were referred to KHTC as a means to get him from Texas to northern California. They were very thorough and very professional. After the initial set-up, it took two weeks and countless volunteers to get our puppy to his furever home with us. We have made so many friends along the way and as a result, have become volunteer transporters ourselves. All my wife and I can say is this organization is the best and very committed to what they do. We will support them until we are no longer here on this earth.
I volunteer with this group and do everything from being a travel coordinator to a volunteer driver. This is the most professional loving group that I have ever been associated with. It's all about the animals. The drivers are the most dedicated people I have ever seen. They go up and Beyond every time
I have transported for KHTC several times through north Texas. Never a problem - TC always available. Keep up the good work
I have had the pleasure of doing several doc transports in Texas and Oklahoma that were coordinated by KHTC. Every transport was done professionally and accurately. They are my first transport choice to work with.
I am very new to Kindred Hearts
But find them very professional and we'll organized. A very safe and caring group with one mission, to save the babies out there who need love and a chance!
Well done Kindred Hearts
I have done several transports for this group over the years. Would love to do more, but being in a "corner" of the country means there aren't a lot of transports through this area, unfortunately. Love KHTC because they are well organized, give very specific instructions and give continual updates before, during and after each transport. I also love that they do home checks and don't just send a pet off blindly to whoever/wherever. They not only help a lot of pets get to good homes/rescues, but also show a lot of caring and respect for their volunteers.
This organization made it possible for my sweet foster Brian had a terrible start to life and we found him the perfect home 750 miles away. Everyone from the intake person Lori Koss, to the transport coordinator Bridget Plinkard and all of the 11 people who did the transporting. I am so grateful for the way my boy was handled start to finish. Amazing group.
I have done overnight fostering for their transport dogs twice a month for over 2 years. The Transport Coordinators are excellent, there is great team communication among the drivers, and the safety and comfort of the dogs (and occasional cat or other animal) is always the top priority.
Most professional people to work with. They love and care for the animals in their charge. From start to finish they are amazing.
Love driving these furbabies and meeting some wonderful folks. Organized and always ready to help. So blessed to be a part of this great program.
My husband and I transport for this group. They are organized, give very specific instructions and continual updates before and after our "transport legs." This group helps so many animals! Volunteers are treated with love and respect. Thank you for caring.
Love, love, love this caring and experienced group of volunteers. We have driven for them several times a year for several years. You never feel alone. Kindred hearts provides transporters hourly support and encouragement. The volunteers that we have met in our travels are awesome.
Without wonderful people like you we could not do what we do!
I've driven for KHTC for 2 years now. What a wonderful volunteer gig this provides. All the critters take a little piece of my heart, but there is boundless love to give. Last year was super special as I got to transport 4 dogs that came all the way from Iran. I'm adding the picture of the two little guys from Iran that have a condition called cerebral Hypoplasia. They were going to a special needs dog sanctuary in Idaho and I got to be the driver in part of Oregon. Followed their progress and was overjoyed to learn they had been adopted together. Well, I can't find the picture :(