Hope For Paws and Fiona on Anderson Cooperwith co-host Kristin Chenoweth. Hope For Paws – Animal Rescue Hope for Paws is a 501 C-3 non-profit animal rescue organization, based in Los Angeles, California (E.I.N: 26-2869386). We rescue dogs and all other animals who are suffering on the streets and in the shelters. We foster these animals in our home, cage free, until we can find them permanent, loving families.
Our goal is to educate people on the importance of companion animals in our society to stop the cycle of animal neglect and abuse. The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated…I hold that, the more helpless a creature, the more entitled it is to protection by [people] from the cruelty of [human kind]”—Mahatma GandhiSee Also: North Main Animal Hospital
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From a jungle of rain-washed pines and junipers spearing the recent blueness on the Florida sky, ran a little, tawny-haired boy. His bare feet, extending from his overalled legs, crackled in opposition to the fallen palmettos. He leaped into the air, flinging his arms towards a flock of white doves circling above him.
Piedmont Animal Rescue started as an idea in the mind of our Founder and Executive Director Jason Benge. Jason most recently served as the Dog Coordinator for Humane Society of Iredell, now Lake Norman Humane. He made his start in the rescue world over 10 years ago as a Cat Foster for the Iredell County Humane Society. About 2 years ago in 2015 he and is family started fostering dogs for the Humane Society of Iredell and in January of 2016 was asked to become the Dog Coordinator for the organization.
He took this job very seriously and rescued over 500 dogs in 2016. He was part of a successful team that rescued and rehomed 879 animals in 2016.In January of 2017, Jason had a vision to and started pursuing his dream of owning his own Animal Welfare Organization and applied for his 501c3 status. With tons of support form his former team members and fellow rescue workers in the community, his dream is becoming a reality.
We need your help! Rescue organizations operate with the support of the community. It takes money, food, supplies, and adopters to operate a succesful rescue. Would you consider supporting Piedmont Animal Rescue? Please contact us for more information and we will be happy to discuss all of the donation options with you.