The Pet Tree House - Where Pets Are Family Too : Homeless Dog and Her Puppy, Who Were Rescued Off of the Freeway, Now Available for Adoption [Video]

Thursday, April 9, 2015

Homeless Dog and Her Puppy, Who Were Rescued Off of the Freeway, Now Available for Adoption [Video]

There are over 70 million homeless dogs and cats living in the U.S. While these animals may be homeless for a variety of reasons, they all share the same need for a warm, loving home. Finding a home for all these needy animals is no small task, but, thankfully, there are many amazing organizations working to help.

Hope for Paws, for example, specializes in rescuing homeless dogs in the Los Angeles area.

In this video, the Hope for Paws rescue team sets out to save a mother dog and her puppy who have been living next to the freeway. Living in an area so close to heavy traffic is extremely dangerous for any animal, especially so for a new little pup.

While the mom was reluctant to trust the rescuers, she came around thanks to the help of the kind people who had been feeding her. These Good Samaritans had named the mother “Oreo,” so it only seemed fitting for the Hope for Paws team to name her pup “Cookie Monster.”

With a little coaxing and a lot of kisses, Oreo and Cookie Monster made it safely to the Hope for Paws headquarters where they were given all the grooming and care they needed. Now that they’re sparkly and clean, Oreo and Cookie Monster are ready to be adopted into a forever home!

To learn more about adopting this adorable pair, click HERE.

To learn more about Mom, Oreo, click HERE.








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