On Tuesday, December 15th at 8:30 AM a volunteer pilot and Santa Clause himself will fly homeless senior dogs, Shelby Lynn and Ginger Louise, to their new home in Lexington, Kentucky after an unfortunate divorce left them homeless and in an animal shelter. The group will fly out of George Carr Memorial Air Field in Bogalusa at 8:30 AM and are expected to arrive to meet their new adopted family at Blue Grass Airport in Lexington, KY around 12:30 PM. NHS CEO Scott Bernier dressed as Santa Clause will accompany volunteer pilot, Jay Lozes, for the Christmas miracle flight. Senior pups Shelby Lynn and Ginger Louise were surrendered to no-kill animal rescue, Northshore Humane Society in Covington, LA after a divorce left their mom unable to care for them. Northshore Humane Society is one of the largest nonprofit, no-kill animal rescues and community veterinary clinics in Louisiana. The independent, non-governmental rescue offers veterinary care, fostering, adoption and more! For more information, please visit northshorehumane.org.