The story of Ella the Rescue Dog is one of love.
From the moment she was found on the side of the road, she has traveled from one care taker to the next, each of which loved her and cared for her as if she were their own pet. It began with RI animal shelter that took her in, addressed her severe underweight issues, and gave her a place to be for as long as they could. When it was time to move on, because no animal should live in a shelter long term, it was with sadness of her leaving and hope for Ella that they donated to the rescue that took her in. I heard how much Ella meant to the folk at the Scituate Animal Shelter when I called to ask a question about her records. The voice answering the phone changed as soon as her name was mentioned and could not stop talking about how much they missed her.
Ella has had 3 foster families while in the rescue system. Each one loved her as much as the one before and all wished they could keep her with them. Sadly she was not the right fit. Each month her fosters advocated her care and training. Ultimately it was decided that she would be best served by living with in training facility full time in hopes that one day she might be adoptable to a loving home. That is were she is now.
The story of Ella the Rescue Dog is not one of an abandoned animal on the side of the road or at a daycare. It's the story of an amazing companion that loves others so much and touches the hearts of everyone who she meets and trusts. So please help Ella out, not because she is was 'abandoned and cruelly treated'. Help her out because she is such an amazing dog in spite of it.
Adopting your new best friend is easy! Just go to www.lasthopek9.org for all adoption information. Applications can be filled out online or printed and mailed/faxed. All inquiries about a dogs status, etc should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome Fellow Dog Lovers!
Last Hope K9 Rescue is an all-breed rescue dedicated to saving abandoned, neglected, and abused dogs from high-kill shelters throughout the United States. We don’t discriminate on the basis of age, pre-existing medical conditions, or breed. Why? Because every animal deserves to know love.
As the literal “last hope” of every animal we serve, we work methodically to place each of our dogs within a stable, loving environment that can act as either their forever home or the gateway to their forever home. We strive to ensure that all of our adoptions and foster placements are the optimal fit for everyone involved.
Last Hope also seeks to educate the communities in which we work about spay-and-neuter programs to help control dog over-population, a major cause of the countless strays across our country. Spaying or neutering your pet can help to stop the problem at its source. We promote animal welfare by supporting important initiatives that protect and give a voice to the voiceless.
Last Hope was established in March of 2012. Since our foundation, we have saved the lives of nearly 1,400 dogs and we could not do our work without amazing people like you. Please adopt, foster, donate, advocate and educate. You can make a difference!