Hope for Paws to the rescue once again!
In this video, Hope for Paws rescued three dogs who had been dumped on the streets by their owner.
According to the neighbors who texted the Hope for Paws rescue team, a person drove to the neighborhood, threw out the three dogs and a bag of bread for them to “survive” on.
It’s impossible to understand why people do such heartless things. Thankfully there are good people out there who are willing to come the aid of those in need.
When the team arrived in the area, they immediately spotted the male dog resting under a vehicle. They called him Charlie.
Charlie seemed like a friendly little guy so Zainab Zakria and Eldad Hagar tried to make friends with him by offering him food.
Eldad then found the two other dogs, Nessie and Dee Dee, hiding in the bush. Because the two female dogs were so scared, the team decided to rescue them first.
They secured the area with a fence and trapped the two terrified dogs in a dead end. That strategy was successful and they were able to corner Nessie and Dee Dee safely.
The pups may have been wary at first, but after a few strokes with the Lucky Leash, the rescuers were able to touch and carry them to safety.
Then, it was time to rescue Charlie. While friendly at first, Charlie was still cautious around humans. To rescue him safely, Eldad and his team asked a kind neighbor if they could go into their house with Dee Dee and Nessie and then try to coax Charlie in as well.
That plan sure was successful and soon all three dogs were safe and on the road to the Hope for Paws HQ!
“It is clear that both females, Nessie and Dee-Dee, recently had puppies, and the owner probably felt like he got what he needed from them and so he dumped them along with the boy, Charlie,” the video’s caption reads.
What matters now is that all three of them are safe, happy, and loved!
After being checked for medical issues, the three pups were taken to the Shelter Hope Pet Shop where they are living happily with other rescued dog.
We hope these lovely pups find their forever home.