Who wouldn't want to be on this flight?

The First Gentleman of Colorado Marlon Reis posted on his Facebook page about a private plane full of puppies, but it's even better than you think: the reason these animals were transported from California to Colorado is to help those with disabilities.

According to CBS4,

Volunteer pilots transported four 8-week-old pups from Santa Rosa to the Centennial Airport for Canine Companions for Independence. Other puppies were also flown to other states as part of the operation.

Canine Companions for Independence used to rely on commercial airline flights to transport the dogs, but because of the pandemic, the animals have been transported via private planes thanks to volunteer pilots.

The puppies will need to be trained, but we love that this flight full of cuteness was all for a good cause...now, sit...stay!

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