Army Vet Flies Across the Country to Rescue Dogs on Death Row

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The veteran bought the plane for $65 000, to rescue from death of domestic animals 742 animal he saved. This retired veteran thought he’d never learn how to fly a plane. But, in an effort to prevent animals from falling asleep, he was able to get permission to control the plane and bought the plane for $65,000.

He feels great satisfaction from his new job as a pilot. Gender Steglinski, 45, from the city of Spinksville, Pennsylvania, bought the plane to rescue the animal and prevent the animal to the shelter where they were going to euthanize.

Steglinski, 8 years served in the US army, with great difficulty mastered the art of aircraft control, but he had the will to cope with these difficulties, because I set myself a special goal.