Fox, a puppy, was discovered afraid and alone in the streets of Los Angeles. He realized he needed to take action after a woman first spotted him strolling one night, and then she saw him again the next night. Hope for Paws was promptly dispatched to attempt and rescue Fox when she made the call.
Fox was promptly found by rescuers despite the fact that it was nearly dark outside at 9:30 p.m. He was close to where he had initially been spotted, crouched in some bushes.
They promptly set up a fence around the bushes, got a cheeseburger, and started attempting to entice the little, scared dog out of hiding.
Eldad Hagar, the organization’s founder, stated to The Dodo:
His small tail began to wag as soon as he smelled the meal, and we left in less than 10 minutes.
wary at first, but he was starving, and as soon as he was in the arms of his rescuers, he started to calm down and appear to realize that he was at last safe.
Eldad checked Fox for a microchip as soon as he got off the streets securely and found that he had a family.
He lived in the owner’s backyard, and when we contacted, she said he probably got away. Just take it to the shelter, she urged us as she continued to claim that she received it as a gift that she didn’t even want. She consented when we asked her whether she’d be prepared to give it to us and give the data from the microchip to us.
In general, it’s not a good idea to give someone an animal as a present unless they are aware of it and ready for their new pet. Unfortunately, surprising someone with a pet frequently results in a large number of unwanted animals ending up in shelters or on the streets.