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Nobody’s going to tell me that my dog doesn’t love me. That’s crazy talk. – Carrie Underwood

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I did a lot of films in Europe, in Spain. I went to Australia and did ‘Mad Dog Morgan’; I did ‘Apocalypse Now’ in the Philippines; I did Wim Wenders’ film ‘The American Friend’ in Germany. – Dennis Hopper

In the past when I was in Hollywood, I was like a dog. I felt humiliated. My English was not good. People would even ask me ‘Jackie Who?’. – Jackie Chan

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They wrote in the old days that it is sweet and fitting to die for one’s country. But in modern war, there is nothing sweet nor fitting in your dying. You will die like a dog for no good reason. – Ernest Hemingway

Do you notice that all presidents have a dog? There is always a First Dog. Or two or three. You have to have a dog to be president, I guess. – Robert Fulghum

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You know, a dog can snap you out of any kind of bad mood that you’re in faster than you can think of. – Jill Abramson

I’m going to be Dog, and I’m going to be an entertainer. And I’m going to make mistakes. – Duane Chapman

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I have an old dog named Lily, and she’s a black lab. – Sue Monk Kidd

I really love pets. They’re like children. They know if you really love them or not. You can’t fool them. Donna Douglas









Fall in love with a dog, and in many ways you enter a new orbit, a universe that features not just new colors but new rituals, new rules, a new way of experiencing attachment. Caroline Knapp

It was so cold today that I saw a dog chasing a cat, and the dog was walking. – Mickey Rivers

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  • Sabrina Maurer: I love that he had a chance to get medical care, had a chance to acclimate to people, and when it was clear that he didn’t want to be with people he could go back to a safe place.
  • Thom S.: The world keeps turning due to folks like yourselves. Will always help as much as I can.
    Niawen Kowa 🌲🙏🏼 Thank you very much.
  • Colleen Falcone: Dr. P is a rock star! So glad you all were able to help Thomas. Very glad to be a monthly supporter.
  • Naomi Arram: Shout-out to Dr Antonio, who is an absolute miracle-worker!!!And if people do consider hosting a cat colony, please see if your local council will agree to help cover the costs of spaying and neutering. And PLEASE do all your rabies research first!!
  • YT: As long as he is repaired and neutered and has a nice place to live, I’m OK with that. I’ll tell you what I’m not OK with and that is other people pirating this video and just using portions of it to act like they were the ones who save this cat. Hope for paws does a wonderful job
  • bncsmom1: Thank you for returning him to his colony. It’s too bad he wasn’t grabbed when he was younger, he’d have made someone a lovely companion but since that wasn’t the case, being back home with his colony is the best option for him. He’s happy there and clearly has awesome people looking after him and his friends and family. 🙂
  • Daria Juszkat: Ja znalazłam mojego kotka na śmietniku. Jest z nami już 10 lat. Uwielbiam Was za to co robicie dla zwierząt.💕😸
  • William Jackson: One lucky cat! Gets to remain feral and has the great rescue with injury repair. Great job Dr. P. And our friends of Hope 4 PAWS! 🐺🦊🐆
  • madhattergodess: Thomas, I pray you and your kitty friends stay safe and live happy lives.
  • Pandamanda: Lovely! As someone who takes care of a cat colony and does tnr sometimes they just dont come around or we dont have resources to do more than provide food water and a safe space. Its sad that a lot of “humans” cause these animals trauma as well which makes it harder for them to adapt to people. I take care of a colony of 12 cats and my neighbors hate them even though they are too scared to come near humans. If it was up to them all of them would starve to death theyre super against feeding them which is so inhumane it hurts to hear. Anyway, im glad this kitty found nice people in his path!
  • Sarah Gupton: I can tell he is wild. But he is in good health now. Go in health little buddy.❤️❤️
  • Olga Nagaitseva: Спасибо вам ребята, за все что вы делаете для Лап и Хвостов, после просмотра ваших видео, понимаешь, что не все потеряно в этом жестоком мире🤗
  • Raspberry Sauce: Awe, Poor animal. I feel so bad for animals that end up like this. Thank you for helping them
  • Mitchel Evans: Hooray for the doc. Hooray for the kitty.
    Umm – Imagine having any medical condition without the ability to get medical care. Welcome to the US.
  • Herdis Weins: So happy sweet Thomas got help – and what a wonderful place some people has made for the cats, such a great idea.
    So nice to see Katie (and her nails) again – good job girl. And once again the wonderful (and beautiful ) dr. Antonio Pedraza worked his magic.And once again – proud and happy to be a monthly donator.
  • Yarn enthusiast: That’s so cool that family has allowed a colony to reside on their property 💕
  • Just Mona: It’s an excellent idea for people who have property to manage a feral or semi feral colony! Thanks to the people who manage this property Thomas was able to be taken care of so he could live The Good Life with his friends and family💖
  • Janice Dozier: Well done guys, hats off to the colony keepers, it is a nice “home” 👏👏👏👏👏
  • Kate M: I’m so glad you were able to help this fellow then get him home safely.
  • Susan Sanchez: May God bless the Hope For Paws crew, Dr Pedraza and his crew and the nice, caring people who take care of the colony of cats in their yard, for helping Thomas get help with his broken leg, this made me smile
  • Tabitha M.: Sending all my love, hugs, kisses and healing prayers for that beautiful baby boy 🙏🙏🙏😘😘😘💙💙💙💙 Thank you for saving him!
  • Redcatt: How can animals live with a broken leg and so much pain ? This should be intolerable !!! Thank you as usual ❤️❤️❤️
  • YazmeenM: I’m happy the cat is good now 🐱❤️❤️❤️
  • Just Lisa: I’m glad that Thomas recovered. I’m sad that he couldn’t acclimate to the good life with humans of his own, but I know his carers love him too and that he’s got them to watch over him. If he decides that people are okay later, he knows who to go to.
  • Gina Tober: Beautiful! Well done. 🥰💕❤️
  • Jakub Sulima: 💔💔dziękuję za ratowanie kotków ❤❤❤💞
  • peg’S: Poor Thomas. He had to be in so much pain and I’m so glad he’s ok and back home. We have 2 feral cats we feed and provide shelter for. There were a couple of more but they got caught and I know the little female and her kittens were spayed. I guess they were all rehomed yay!
  • Claudie: Bonjour 🐞 grand merci de vous être occupé de ces petits innocents vous admirables bien cordialement 🥰🤩💖💗💕😻👍👏🙏
  • Shinju Inoue: As always HFPs did the best they could and after all they could do for Thomas, they released him to his “home . which of course where he feels most comfortable👍💖
    Thank you for saving his leg❣️
  • Bearifiable Pau ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ: that was a heck of a fracture. thank you for sparing this guy so much pain. 💞
  • LowsonIntl: Thank you for helping Thomas get the medical care he needed. Time is needed to fully acclimate a cat born into the wild, not just a few weeks. He most probably would have adjusted after a period of time. It is heartbreaking to see cats released back into the wild where many dangers lurk, including disease, cars, predators, etc. I hope you can recapture the other ones and have them all neutered and spayed to stop the overpopulation. It’s a very tough life on the streets for these cats. May they find safety and peace.
  • usmale 49: I’m so happy for “Thomas”! My, what a handsome kitty-cat he is! Thank you for taking care of him…you’re the best! And thank you for sharing this video!
  • Donna S.: Aww this made me cry. I’m so glad Thomas is healed. He reminds me of one of our feral cats named Pewter (who also wants nothing to do with human touch). We care for a colony of 13 on our property. We feed them daily and provide water and shelter…and toys, too. You are 100% correct, they do an excellent job keeping rodents away. A couple of our colony cats allow us to pet them and play with them. They are all very entertaining to watch. Each have such distinct personalities. We love each and every one. 💞🐾
  • Jill Wiegand: Beautiful recovery! 🐾❤️
  • M S: Happy, healthy life Thomas!
  • Smokey Gin: We’ve had semi-feral cats on our property but our indoor/outdoor cat Sherman is very territorial and runs them off. He’s like a Sopranos, lol. I’m glad Thomas was caught and had his leg fixed. He’s got the perfect colony to recoup in. Surly he had been spayed. The rest of his colony must have been too. ❤️👋🐾👍😸
  • Rena Fagel: I love this. I am caring for my second feral cat who thankfully, knock on wood, remains uninjured. She was trapped, fixed, vaccinated and then returned to her outdoor home. I’ve never been able to touch her, but she waits for me when it’s feeding time and lets me get my eyes on her to make sure she’s fundamentally OK. There’s no greater love than loving an animal that you can’t cuddle or pet or touch. Kudos to this outstanding work.
  • Mary Games: I’m happy that Thomas didn’t need his leg to be amputated, only fixed. And that it was possible to fix it. What an amazing doctor!
  • Jason Shull: Great job as always thanks, you guys rock
  • 100k challenge with 0 videos🔔: Let’s w a moment to appreciate how much effort he puts into his contact to entertain”
  • FacheChanteDeux: He is incredibly sweet for a feral cat, glad he got fixed up.😺 P.S., I love how they set up a colony on their property.
  • Paola D’Alto: Thanks for cure the leg of this little angel!!! You are an amazing team!!
  • wolfman: I am so glad the surgery went well and that cat recovered and was released back to his home.
  • Willie Holland: Thank You and Blessings for the loving care you bring to these precious animals 💜🙏💟. Your work makes this world a better place and provides a loving example to us all. 💝
  • Sabrina Aubret: thank you for caring for him 👏!he is absolutely adorable 🥰!thank you for sharing this video 👍! keep up the great work🤩! A+ 😋
  • Amanda H: It’s awesome that he was living somewhere where he could get medical care and wonderful that you gave him to chance to acclimate to people. It’s really good to know he has a safe place to go home to without causing him stress.
    I have a friend who feeds the local stray and feral cats. She tries to make sure the older ones are getting their share of food and that the cats aren’t eating native animals.
  • Helena Biesma: An A for catching Thomas – brilliant results on the new pw and home – love it
  • Richard Cruz: I know that old timer is extremely happy to see him back !
    👍👍
  • Valéria Ruegg: Muito legal!!!👏👏👏😻
  • Anna Łopuszańska: Thank you 😊
  • Karen Pokorny: I have a quasi feral named Mia. I’ve tried to trap her many times. Until then, she lives in my yard and garage. She has her own bed, litter box, toys, and she eats very well. I hope she trusts me enough some day to see how the other half lives.
  • patti bentley: Thank you for being KIND AND LIVING to an animal in need. Blessings
  • Felnik1990 P.: I’m so happy for, Thomas. Fantastic rescue, rehabilitation and return! Dr. Antonio Pedraza is AMAZING!! This would not be possible if, Eldad hadn’t started Hope for paws and to have assembled the most perfect team of people who love animals and doctors who are able to perform miracles. Don’t for get about foster families and trainers who do amazing work as well.
    I love all of you. God speed!
  • Sally Daniel: I’m happy 😊 that you were able to filthy kitty’s leg and release him back to his friends 🐈
  • Red 13: That’s great! Good for you, Thomas!
  • Diane Hobbs: I am happy that he was able to at least get his leg fixed. He can lead a better life with in his colony. He is beautiful by the way! ❤❤❤
  • Stephanie Jo Rountree: I have 2 cats that showed up on my deck. I think the first cat was dumped. Why? I don’t know. She is the sweetest cat ever. The 2nd cat was definitely feral. It took nearly a year to get him acclimated to me. He is now an indoor/outdoor cat, as is the 1st. Love them both!
  • Esther van der Graft: Ferals deserve our care. Thank you!
  • StarRocks: Hope For Paws always makes everyday a sunny one! Nice work, Eldad! 😃
  • Katya Holubnicha: We thank you for helping the animals, and the team and participants of the IguVerse project also join in helping 💚
  • Sandra Lutz-Rodriguez: Mad skills Katie! Well done to ensure minimal traumatic experience while being caught and separated. Doctor P is a miracle worker! What a fantastic end result. So happy to see Thomas could go back to his colony cats.
  • John Olsen: Bless you for helping the cat <3
  • Megan Kohtz: I’m glad you were able to save his leg <3 <3 <3
  • Karen Stafford: So glad that you guys caught these poor guy. Now he can get help. Thank you. 😊
  • Melody Garcia: I wish I could be part of an organization like this. 🤍
  • Robin Campochiaro: Thank you so much for helping Thomas, this is why I donate on a monthly basis. Hello from CT, that is so nice of that gentleman to take care of that colony of cats.🐱🐱🐱🐱🥰🥰🥰🥰🙏🙏🙏🙏
  • Brina Alison: I am so happy for Thomas’s care and recovery! One thought though, as to taking on feral cats. While I HATE the idea that there are cats who are abandoned and need help – there is a down side to ‘taking on’ a colony. “For just some food and water, you can get pest control.” That sounds good, but there is another facet to that remark, and that is, it depends on what you consider a ‘pest’.Remember, cats don’t just prey on rodents. If you have feral cats in your yard, you won’t have a bird left, a bunny left, or anything else you may enjoy watching. My sister took care of semi-feral cats in her yard – and so much wildlife that she also loved was destroyed. If you don’t care about birds and bunnies, fine. Take care of the cats. But beware, cats hunt everything!!
  • Christy Luvs80s: That’s awesome he was returned to his colony! I just pray he was neutered so he couldn’t add to the stray population 🙏
  • Leep Frog: He looks like my Maxi. I’m so happy he was able to get help and be loved. ❤️
  • The RivrPrncess: Awesome capture and rescue. I’m happy Thomas was able to be treated and returned to his home. I wish I could have feral and semi-feral cats where I live but the apartment complex really doesn’t want us feeding animals and there is no real serious efforts to do TNR locally by any vets or other people.
  • Bozena Zielke: Thank you, thank you for saving this beautiful cat 🐈 🐾❤🙏😇
  • Iris Velasquez: THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR CARRYING FOR THIS POOR Baby ❤😊
  • Sasha Conrad: Thank you for helping Thomas!
  • Maria Barradas: Rock star people, I will always help so you can save more lives, well, done as usual.
  • X201t: I love how you let the other feral cats escape to be able to produce more feral cats.
  • Timi Kopacek: I’m so thankful for the feral cat colonies. I know there are a couple in my state but I’m not sure where.
    Both of my cats were strays when I got them. Thankfully they both love humans.
  • john zadkovich: Brilliant work by the team again!
  • Admiral Pup: I’m not a big fan of cats atm, but I’m so so happy to see them rescued from horrible places and getting help from those places. Keep doing what you’re doing ❤️🥰 Much love
  • Roberto Faria: Thank you for rescuing this animal and others
  • Lorraine Beauchamp: God bless and keep well all the wonderful colony caretakers and TNR trappers out there. Caretakers often need our help with funds to feed the cats (and to see the vet when needed), and the cats are kept happy, fed, and safe, and the land will be rodent-free in return. Please consider donating to your local feral colony caretakers and TNR trappers who ensure these cats will be spayed, neutered, vaccinated, and returned to their colonies! ❤️🙏🐾🐾🐈
  • Fiz in Japan: I am a dog guy but this video really moved me to tears. Good job in helping life
  • v a s: I just love kitties! Thank you for sharing!
  • g bridgman: I’m so glad his leg was repairable.
  • Agung Baros: *Thank you n God bless you Hope for Paws 🙏😇❤️ watching from Indonesia 🇮🇩*
  • Antonius Rono: I hope Thomas can survive his life easier after the surgery 😇😇😇
  • Kat bow: Thomas is a lucky boy. Hope for Paws always rocks the rescue and this one was especially impressive. Bless all.involved…a lot of people stepped up to help Thomas including all donors to HOPE FOR PAWS
  • Lyle Slaton: Great life, shade, few predators, somebody feeding you everyday and no pesky hoomans wanting to touch you all the time. Thanks for fixing him, despite not being able to convert him to a house panther.
  • zSkill: Thanks for the video Hope for Paws
  • Oikos Kalos: Bravo dottor Pedraza!!! Grazie ragazzi questo piccolo micio è salvo! 😍
  • Patricia Bilinkas: Dr. Pedraza is a remarkable surgeon. Thank God for him.❤️😻
  • Stephanie Peters: Is there a place where we can watch an unblurred version as well? I wanted to go into medicine when I was little, so I’m always fascinated watching procedures.
  • Sarah Destito: Thank you so much for helping for helping that sweet angels I hope they all find amazing home❤❤❤❤🌈
  • Da Blonde: Way to go, Dr. Pedraza!
  • Queenbee Dat: God bless you all for the wonderful work you do being guardian angels to these helpless animals. I pray that our Heavenly Father blesses you with many don’ations and sponsors. 🙏❤️🙏
  • Tom Oakhill: I grew up an a farm. We had “barn cats.” They lived in the barn, were never fed, but had water, and shelter. Without cats storing grain over the winter would be impossible. I remember once, when I was in grade school, climbing the ladder to the top of the grain storage bin. The bin was circular, 50 feet in diameter, and 20 feet tall. When I opened the hatch and looked in, the top of the grain was grey, covered utterly in mice. I told my mother, and Dad build a “cat ladder” to the top. It was a success. The next time I looked in, I saw three barn cats, and no mice.
  • Fabiana Siqueira Tufano:
  • Jessica Wolfe: I have an older feral that I brought in. He can’t be outside and he doesn’t come to me for pets but he’s healthy and happy.
  • Ann G.: Dr Pedraza is a genius!
  • ShivaServer2009: I always think and say that one’s never tried hard enough, with a feral cat if it’s released back into a colony. I always believe it’s possible. It just takes however much time from cat to cat. Ty for helping the cat.
  • Nivedita Rao Tallapragada: God bless you with all the happiness 💖💖💖💖💖💖

Fall in love with a dog, and in many ways you enter a new orbit, a universe that features not just new colors but new rituals, new rules, a new way of experiencing attachment. Caroline Knapp

It was so cold today that I saw a dog chasing a cat, and the dog was walking. – Mickey Rivers

Sushi is something very exclusive. It is not like a McDonald’s, not like a hot dog, not like a French fry. It’s very high-class cooking in Japan. – Nobu Matsuhisa

We waited until we perfected the dog food, and then we worked on the cat food. Even though it’s not going through the roof the way the dog food is, I think it will catch on eventually. – Dick Van Patten

We should be licensing everybody with a gun. I have to have a license for my dog. I have to have a license for my car. If you’re going to do my hair later you have to have a license… We don’t require a license to own a firearm? – Michael Moore

I didn’t have any role models really. My best friend was a dog. My mum and dad saved a dog from the gutter and that dog was my brother before Jesse was born. Sami was his name and he was my role model. – Ville Valo

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