Why use KHTC, you ask?
Others can say this much more eloquently. But... Transporting has given me a sense of fulfillment, accomplishment that I haven't had very often. I have been owned by more strays than I can count. But have hit an age where it is difficult to care for so many. But I can still drive. This allows me t continue to help in a small way. Besides having so many beautiful babies pass through my life to loving homes I get to love on them for a short time. It also gets me out of the house for a purpose and I get to see some scenery. What more can I ask for. Love, travel, accomplishment as meeting like minded people.Diana
As a transporter, I find the whole group is amazing. When I first started, figuring I'd just do it one time to help this one situation. Then...found myself addicted! The feeling you have when you help these furry friends get to a home that is warm, welcoming and loving is a feeling that cannot be described. A piece of your heart goes with each one, and a piece of theirs stays with you. We can't save them all...but knowing we are making a difference is a wonderful feeling.
Review for Kindred Hearts Transport Connection, Inc., Sorrento, FL, USA on Great Non Profits.Rating: 5 stars January 21, 2017
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.Role: Roy-Volunteer
Pepper is now on his last leg to going home. I felt so bad for David having to wait so long for me to get out of work, but all is good as Pepper is safely with him now in the big rig heading to Utah. Cheryl did a wonderful job coordinating all of this. And thanks to Dave for taking care of Pepper for the 3 weeks before Cheryl was able to connect with me to pick him up. Great job everyone! I'm sure Pepper's family will be ecstatic to see him Sat.
I so so wish I had known about this service when I had to leave Arizona and go back home on emergency situation when my 93 year old aunt had to have eye surgery and I just had to be here, I had full intentions on returning back to Arizona. unfortunately that wasnt to be. I asked my "SO CALLED BEST FRIEND" at the time if she could please hold my 3 huge cats that I had rescued until I could get up the $$ to get there and get them home safely. As it was, after only 3 days of my 5 point fatty boy simease cat was stressed out that I was not there and this so called friend had him put down!!! I tried to contact her from Vermont and desperately tried to contact the HUMANE SOCIETY to save him before he was euthanized and all the woman said to me as I cried my heart out,was..."she's not a good friend is she??"....I tried desperately to get a wayto get them home, as I was already strapped having to send her $$ every week just to feed them. I still dont know today if she has put my two other babies down ( my guess and feeling is that she has done it ) as she will not answer my calls. I wish I had a way of finding out if they are still alive, I am beside myself about this. I cry and pray every night that they are ok. Her name is Linda she goes by the name of PEACHES and her number is 602-228-2225 ,..... and this is the total reason why i have signed up for voluteering to foster and transport, as I so wish I knew of you then and this heartache would not be killing me everynight as I try to sleep. Thank you so much for making this whole thing possible for the ones who need to be united. Thnk you thank you thank you!
Candy was pulled to freedom. I got in contact with Kindred Hearts Transport and after emails, questionnaires and a due diligence inspection, Candy started her transport from NJ to Ca. Candy was transported by 28 people, 43 legs a total of 3068 miles with 3 overnight sleepovers, a 2 night stay, a 3 night stay, a 4 night stay & a 10 night stay on her trip. I cant THANK Kindred Hearts enough for what they do. Please know they are ANGELS!!!
I cannot thank each of you personally but I hope some of you will read this and know how thankful I am to each of you.
I was one of the drivers that had the pleasure of helping Rookie on his way to a new life. He is a sweet boy. Thank you for saving him.