Hope For Paws by Analisa Aguilar

Hope For Paw is a organization that help animals who were abandoned, beaten, and sick. They save the animal in need and bring them back to health also give them a home

Hope For Paws goal is to educate people on the importance of companion animals in our society to stop the cycle of animal neglect and abuse.

They pay for veterinary costs and work in tandem with other animal welfare organizations to rescue and foster abused and suffering animals, eventually finding them permanent loving homes once they have recovered.

Average number of animal abuse is 1,920. Percent of animal abuse cases that involved dogs is 60%, cats are 18%, and other animals is 22%

Dog fights are outlawed in many countries such as Japan and Russia, but, America has the most dog fights than any countries in the world

This organization just does not help dogs and cats, they welcome any animal endangered and need of help such as; horses, donkeys, birds, ducks, etc

Hope For Paws do not care about the size of the animal, all they care about is just rescuing and recovering the life of a innocent animal.

Pet ownership in the U.S. has more than tripled from the 1970's, when approximately 67 million households had pets, to 2012, when there were 164 million owned pets. In other words, in 2012, 62 percent of American households included at least one pet.

Approximately 7.6 million companion animals enter animal shelters nationwide every year. Of those, approximately 3.9 million are dogs and 3.4 million are cats. Each year, approximately 2.7 million animals are euthanized (1.2 million dogs and 1.4 million cats).

Circus Animal Abuse. Circus animals have the right to be protected and treated humanely under the Animal Welfare Act. Tigers naturally fear fire, but they are still forced to jump through fire hoops in some circuses and have been burned while doing so.

Cruelty to animals is a Misdemeanor with a fine up to $1000 and/or imprisonment up to 1 year. On a fourth or subsequent conviction of cruelty to animals, or extreme cruelty to animals, it is a 4th Degree Felony with a fine up to $5000 and/or imprisonment up to 18 months.

Only 10% of the animals received by shelters have been spayed or neutered. Overpopulation, due to owners letting their pets accidentally or intentionally reproduce, sees millions of these “excess” animals killed annually.

Homeless animals outnumber homeless people 5 to 1. Only 1 out of every 10 dogs born will find a permanent home..

This organization is based in Los Angeles, California. Founded by Eldad and Audrey Hagar.

Since 2008, Eldad and Audrey have been running this two-person non-profit animal-rescue organization full-time. During its early years, Hope for Paws operated ad hoc but quickly gained a number of loyal followers and supporters around the world when Eldad posted a YouTube video about a blind dog named Fiona.

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