Eldad Hagar, the founder of the charitable rescue organization Hope For Paws, is a hands-on leader of his group. He completes a rescue mission with or without the help of his colleagues. But in this rescue mission, he took the backseat and let the female rescuers of his team prove that girl power was enough to save a family of dogs.
Good Samaritan Stephanie Boltjes contacted Hope For Paws about four dogs she found in an alley. Loreta Frankonyte drove to Stephanie’s location, along with Katie McKittrick and JoAnn Wiltz. Alex Babcock, the newest member of the team, also joined them.
Upon arrival, the women immediately spotted the dogs. Katie approached and enticed them with food. The adult male and female cautiously came out, and their two puppies curiously followed behind them.
Katie led the furry family into an enclosed yard owned by one of Stephanie’s neighbors. Once all the dogs were inside, JoAnn helped Katie secure the adult female. Alex and Loreta, meanwhile, focused on catching one of the puppies.
After successfully securing the mom, JoAnn turned her attention to the second puppy. Meanwhile, Loreta had already expertly caught the first puppy, so she helped JoAnn with the other one. Katie and Alex, on the other hand, looked for the adult male dog.
With the mom and the puppies secured, the rescuers focused on catching the male animal. Loreta rustled it out of its hiding place and guided it toward Alex, who expertly caught it with a net as it ran passed her.
The women quietly celebrated catching the whole dog family. They also congratulated Alex on her first rescue. The rescuers then decided to name the female dog Cadet, the male dog Junior, and the puppies Daisy and Brownie.
The rescuers drove the furry family to the CARES facility for a medical checkup and bath. LA Animal Rescue then took the family in for foster care. Cadet, Junior, Daisy and Brownie continued living together in their new foster home and eagerly look forward to finding their forever families.