Hope for Paws

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http://www.hopeforpaws.org

https://www.facebook.com/hopeforpawscalifornia?fref=ts

https://vimeo.com/eldad75/videos

 

Hope for Paws is a 501 C-3 non-profit animal rescue organization, based in Los Angeles, California (E.I.N: 26-2869386).  We rescue dogs and all other animals who are suffering on the streets and in the shelters. We foster these animals in our home, cage free, until we can find them permanent, loving families.

Our goal is to educate people on the importance of companion animals in our society to stop the cycle of animal neglect and abuse.

Audrey and Eldad Hagar have been fostering hundreds of animals in their home for the past eight years.  They created Hope for Paws to help animals in this country who suffer and die every year because of negligence and abuse.  They also created a huge network of rescuers from all over the world on their Facebook pages.

Our fostered animals are a part of our family and are treated as such.  Too often, people undervalue their furry family members and abandon them in their backyards, on the streets or at the shelters.  These animals die from starvation, abuse, and euthanization because of the overcrowding at the shelters.

Pets are not items that can be thrown away or exchanged for younger models. Animals are sentient beings who feel pain, love, joy, mourning, and loss.  These valuable creatures help us whether it is assisting the blind or finding people under the rubble from an earthquake.  They help us in times of war and during human catastrophes.

We want to help both humans and animals alike live harmonious and fulfilling lives together.


 

 

 


It can be called the sweetest story of second chances.

 


Timing is everything! When I arrived at the rescue location, Tyrion was running up the freeway on-ramp towards super fast traffic. Luckily, I got some help f…

 

 


Video:

https://vimeo.com/eldad75/videos


 
Einstein’s video update (make sure to watch the rescue video)

To really appreciate this video update of Einstein, you should watch the video of his rescue first: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4hTXe0LOpZA – What an amazing change from a terrified and sad dog, to a very confident and happy dog