Dumbo is about to have some company in the air.
Three elephants are preparing to take flight aboard a private plane financed by longtime animal advocate and occasional Echo Park visitor, Bob Barker.
According to a spokesperson, the 88-year-old activist and television icon offered to fund the $880,000 plane ride after learning that one of the massive creatures was not healthy enough for truck transit due to a serious foot problem.
The Plinko master will travel the pachyderms -- Thika, Iringa and Toka --from their current home at the Toronto Zoo to a California sanctuary, The Performing Animals Welfare Society, that Barker described as "paradise."
"To think that one of them might not survive the trip in a truck touched my heart and purse strings," he said.
Previously in elephants: Orange County Fair ends elephant rides after a quarter century over liability, safety