Hope for Paws

Worth watching, only a few minutes, but it will touch you deep deep down inside… I swear…

Hope for Paws Web Site

Hope for Paws Blog

Hope for Paws on Facebook

Unfortunately, there are way too many videos of these animals who need help, but the good thing is that they are being rescued, some of them, and it’s something worth knowing about. I’m off to make my donation now. It’s the least I can do for the Mileys of this world.

And I will hug my own beautiful dogs even more than usual today, and forever.

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I can’t imagine my beautiful Kip living a life like Miley did, and I thank All That Is that he can sit here next to me, close his little eyes and take a nap, whenever he wants, in peace and harmony. And not be afraid.

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There is something so touching about a dog sleeping like this.

Cheers for the Rescue Warriors in this old worn-down World,

Bex & Co.

The American Dog Magazine on Hope for Paws.

For more information or to make a donation:

Hope For Paws – Animal Rescue

8950 W. Olympic Blvd. #525

Los Angeles, CA 90211

(310) 880-1416

www.hopeforpaws.org

E-mail: contact@hopeforpaws.org

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4 Responses to Hope for Paws

  1. TopsyTurvy says:

    Thanks for posting this, Bex. DH and I had seen the video of when Mylie was rescued. It’s wonderful to see how healthy and happy she is now!

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  2. Bex, I have seen this and cried. It touched me. I wish all people and all animals had love and a home.

    Kip looks so secure and happy. x0x0x0x0x

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  3. Bex says:

    I know, there are so many places that need help. The video is actually very heartwarming — when you see the beautiful dog that Mylie has turned into… what a beauty she is now!

    xoxox

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  4. Bonnie says:

    Back in the 90’s I was on the city Animal Control Advisory Board so nothing surprises me. I can’t watch the video, to many places I’d like to help but this year it is Wounded Warrior Project for me. I may donate to Houston SPCA if we quit spending $ for the car. They have a cruelty section and they rescue. San Antonio doesn’t have a city working cruelty. Oh they have one, just notice the word working.

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