I didn't realize the poodle was blind until the rescue was over!!!
When we received the call on the Hope For Paws line, I thought I was responding to a call about a dog who was hit by a car. I had no idea the dog was paralyzed by fear of moving around... blind.Rescues like this are possible only thanks to your donations. It costs thousands of dollars to do eye surgeries, but turning him around in the way you will see in the video is definitely worth it!We would love to do more - especially during these crazy #Covid19 days. Please join us with a small recurring donation of just $5 here: https://www.HopeForPaws.orgThe aftercare for Dolittle was long, and our friends at L.A Animal Rescue did an incredible job in teaching him how to trust people again. To apply to adopt him or to see many of the other animals they have for adoption, please visit: https://www.LAAnimalRescue.orgIt's harder for us to post videos these days because it's challenging to film updates due to the lockdown. We are super busy and we continue filming our rescues, and soon you'll have a flood of #HopeForPaws rescue videos :-)Please search for "Hope For Paws" APP on Google Play or the App Store and don't forget to turn on the notifications so we can text you when a new video comes out.It's harder to find homes for dogs and cats now that there are no adoption events, so I am counting on each and every one of you to SHARE Dolittle's video.Thank you so much!Eldad#Poodle