A new life for blind dog living in trash pile

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FionaThis is Fiona, a blind flea-bitten dog found living in a pile of trash in an alley in Los Angeles.

Unless you have ice where your heart should be, you will cry watching this.

Just know that there is a happy ending!

Dogs like Fiona — and cats, too — are bred to be pets, to be our companions and to love us unconditionally. They cannot survive in the streets or in the wild. Whoever that abandoned this darling little dog to the mean urban streets of L.A. is cruel and heartless and deserves a special ring in Hell.

Hope For Paws (HFP) is a small animal protection and welfare charitable organization founded in 2008 in Beverly Hills, California. It has filed the Form 990 with the IRS.

According to Charity Navigator, in 2011, HFP had income of $84,025 and total assets of only $17,202. I cannot find a rating for HFP on Charity Navigator, Charity Watch, or Guidestar. There are 9 reviews of HFP by nameless individuals who gave HFP an average rating of 3.67 on a scale of 0 to 5, with 5 signifying excellence.

Contact info for Hope For Paws:

8950 W. Olympic Blvd. #525
Los Angeles, CA 90211
(310) 880-1416


p style=”padding-left:30px;”>To donate: www.hopeforpaws.org
E-mail: contact@hopeforpaws.org

H/t FOTM’s joworth.


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0 responses to “A new life for blind dog living in trash pile

  1. Happy ending 🙂

  2. Thank you Dr. Eowyn for this inspirational post. I agree with you – there must be a special place in hell for people who would do such a thing!


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