In this Dec. 10, 2014 photo, Jeff Bennett arrives with his 3,000th rescue animal to safety in Tampa, Fla. Bennett flew to the Florida Panhandle and picked up a French bulldog named Reggie, along with several other animals, from shelters and foster homes in Alabama. Bennett has been flying animals from overcrowded shelters to foster homes and vacant shelters for six years.
In this Dec. 10, 2014 photo, Jeff Bennett arrives with his 3,000th rescue animal to safety in Tampa, Fla. Bennett flew to the Florida Panhandle and picked up a French bulldog named Reggie, along with several other animals, from shelters and foster homes in Alabama. Bennett has been flying animals from overcrowded shelters to foster homes and vacant shelters for six years. Tamara Lush AP
In this Dec. 10, 2014 photo, Jeff Bennett arrives with his 3,000th rescue animal to safety in Tampa, Fla. Bennett flew to the Florida Panhandle and picked up a French bulldog named Reggie, along with several other animals, from shelters and foster homes in Alabama. Bennett has been flying animals from overcrowded shelters to foster homes and vacant shelters for six years. Tamara Lush AP

Florida man flies 3,000th rescue animal to safety (VIDEO)

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