On the first day when I saw this dog by the freeway, I had no chance against her… she just bolted and disappeared! It took her two days to come back to the same location and then I brought reinforcements – I brought Loreta with me 🙂 This video is cool because the main part of it was filmed with TWO cameras – it created a neat effect. Loreta named her Hanako in memory of her own dog, Coco Hanako who recently passed away. If you will watch until the end you will see the cute little poodle she rescued from the shelter. Rescues like this are dangerous because of their proximity to the freeway, they are dangerous to us because we could have gotten seriously hurt, and I am so happy it all worked out so well. After receiving medical care, our friends at L.A. Animal Rescue invited Hanako to be in their foster home and they helped her so much and then found her an amazing forever home!
https://www.LAAnimalRescue.org You can now follow Hanako (now renamed Luna) on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/withlove.luna/ If you enjoy our rescue video, I would LOVE it if you would join our Hope For Paws team with a small donation here: https://www.HopeForPaws.org Your donation will send us on the next rescue mission and will help us change the lives of many animals. Thank you so much, Eldad p.s. If you didn't download our Hope For Paws APP yet, you can do it for FREE on the App Store or on Google Play – Just search for Hope For Paws 😉 #HopeForPaws #DogRescue #Hanako ASOCIACIÓN CANINA ESTEPONA ANIMAL SHELTER ESTEPONA