A kind-hearted man reached out to Hope For Paws about two homeless Pitbull brothers. The reported said the dogs are young, but they are emaciated, and they need urgent help. Quickly, Loreta Frankonyte and Eldad Hagar responded to the scene.
When they arrived at the rescue location, the rescuers saw the dogs crossing the busy street in Los Angeles, California. They tried to lure them away from traffic by offering them some cheeseburger. Starving, the dogs slowly followed the rescuers into a synagogue’s parking lot.
Eldad thought it’ll be a good idea to close the gate so they can secure the dogs. So Loreta asked to shut it off quickly. Thankfully, the owner was kind and cooperative enough to help.
As soon as the gate closed, the dogs realized they were trapped. They felt terrified and tried to figure out a way to escape. And so, Eldad and Loreta tried to calm them down.
But while Eldad was trying to handle one dog, the other one tried to escape. He attempted to squeeze his emaciated body through a small gap under the gate. Fortunately, the rescuers responded quickly and managed to catch him before he made it all out.
Eldad placed a leash one dog, and named him Goofy, while Loreta placed another one to the other pup and called him Pluto. After a few hectic seconds, both dogs started to calm down. And they completely relaxed once they were close to one another again.
Goofy and Pluto immediately realized Eldad and Loreta were there to help them. They accepted their touch and happily ate from their hands. Shortly after, they all left and headed home.
At Hope For Paws rescue center, the Pitbull brothers still felt a little wary. But after a soothing bath, they felt much better. They also received medical care before heading to their foster home.
The Little Red Dog Foundation agreed to take care of Goofy and Pluto while they search for the best perfect family. They are the sweetest, and they love everybody they meet. Soon, they found their forever home, and they instantly stole the hearts of their new family.
Credits to Hope For Paws