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After receiving a call, Eldad and Loreta with Hope for Paws headed off to rescue two pit bull brothers who were spotted running the streets. The adorable duo was extremely scared and didn’t realize their lives were about to change beautifully.

Eldad and Loreta spotted the two dogs immediately when they arrived at the location. With the help of some yummy food, they were able to lead the dogs from the busy street to a synagogue parking lot. To keep the dogs from escaping, Loreta asked the staff to close the entrance to the parking lot, to which they kindly agreed. Even with the entrance cut off, however, these pups proved there was still a way out – under the gate! Eldad moved quickly though and was able to get a lucky leash on not one, but both dogs.

After the brothers were brought back together, the pair quickly calmed down and accepted love. Soon, they were on their way to get checked out and cleaned up, named Goofy and Pluto, and set up with a new foster home!

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