Pets in need get a hand from Lending Paws a Hand, Inc.

Updated: Apr 4

Lending Paws a Hand (LPAH) is a 501(c)(3) volunteer-run, non-profit dog and cat rescue organization that seeks to save the lives of unwanted, at risk animals in need throughout Lee County, NC.


LPAH is a foster based rescue, which means our dogs and cats are placed in a loving foster home while they wait for their forever home!

Without a physical location, LPAH depends on compassionate members of the community to open their hearts and homes to animals in need and serve as a foster home until fur-ever homes are found. Two of the dogs in their care who would love to find their perfect matches are Jessi and Xena.



About Jessi:

Hi there! I’m a big cuddly goofball looking for a home to call my own! My foster family has been working really hard in training me and they say I’m a quick learner! I’m crate trained and house trained. I know sit and I'm learning how to play fetch! I absolutely love humans. In fact, I love them so much that I typically sit on their laps any chance I get! Who needs a blanket when you have me!? I would love a family that plans on giving me a little bit of bacon now and again, an awesome bed to sleep in and one that will love me unconditionally. I get along well with other dogs, but a slow introduction is always best. I'm a little too curious about cats so I would much rather go to a home without one. If interested in adopting me, an application can be filled out at lpah.org/adoption. You can also visit my Petfinder link, here, to learn more.



About Xena:

Alright folks, not to brag but I'm kind of a big deal. Here is a little bit more about my fabulous personality: I'm medium to high energy, so that means my perfect family will be active. You like long walks? How about playing fetch in the backyard? Then I'm your gal! Do you like to shop? Well then, I love toys! So you can shop for me all day and pick out the coolest ones! I do love to tear out the stuffing though, so you'll have to shop quite often! I usually bark at other dogs I don't know at first, so slow introductions are best. It would be great if my new family could also work on training more, I do pull on a leash when excited but I'm easy to correct! If you would like to adopt me, an application can be filled out at lpah.org/adoption. You can also visit my Petfinder link, here, to learn more.


To learn more about our organization, visit their website, linked above, or follow them on Facebook and Instagram!


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