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Angel Hanz for the Homeless and their Animal Companions

Angel Hanz One of a Kind Online Newspaper

for the Homeless and their Animal Companions
Written, Edited, Published by Karen Hamza

Copyright © 2009 by, Angel Hanz for the Homeless AKA Karen Hamza
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Please support the life-changing work of Angel Hanz for the Homeless.
There are several ways you can help:

We are immensely grateful for all of your support.

Angel Hanz for the Homeless helps the Homeless and their Pets in North H...

COMMUNITY OUTREACHSunday, January 27th, 1pm North Hollywood Park11455 Magnolia Blvd.(Library side, near the underpass)North Hollywood, CA 916011pm for care packages for homeless and their pets,refreshments available.~Blankets & clothing for the colder months ahead for homeless pets as well~In case of RAIN, we will meet at the LIBRARY in North Hollywood Park.If you can't lend a hand that day, donations can always be received by mail at:ANGEL HANZ FOR THE HOMELESS, INC.P.O. BOX 10716, Burbank, CA 91510Or call 818-358-3663 for more informationAngel Hanz shall be passing out A Resource Guide for the Homeless in California and the United States, the first book ever of its kind. Donations are also now accepted online via PayPal too! “We never forget about the pets”

Angel Hanz on KNX Talk Radio - February 18th

Angel Hanz is KNX's Hero of the Week!
Angel Hanz will be featured on KNX Talk Radio (1070 AM) 
on the following dates and times:

Thursday, February 18 at 3:21 p.m. and 9:21 p.m.

Friday, February 19 at 6:21 p.m. and 9:21 p.m.

Saturday, February 20 at 8:51 a.m. and 4:21 p.m.

Tune in to 100.3 FM on Sunday, January 10, between 7:00 and 7:30 a.m. to hear Tina Mica interview Angel Hanz

Angel Hanz was featured on the radio show, "5900 Wilshire" on Sunday, January 10.  "5900 Wilshire" airs on Sunday mornings on 100.3 FM.

The recorded interview will be available here for three weeks, 
starting January 10.  After that, it will be on the Audio page of this blog.

ANGEL HANZ FOR THE HOMELESS is a non-profit organization
dedicated to providing support and solutions for
the homeless and their animal companions.

ANGEL HANZ FOR THE HOMELESS always appreciates additional VOLUNTEERS!!  
Call 818.358.3663 if you would like to help or if you would like more information.

If you can't lend a hand, you can donate via PayPal
P.O. BOX 10716, Burbank, CA 91510

We never forget about the animal companions” 

“5900 Wilshire” airs Sunday mornings from 7:30 am to 8:00 am on 100.3 FM The Sound. During this program we explore non-profits making contributions to the communities in which we live. Learn about events, services and programs available in your community. Find out who is making a difference in Southern California.

Angel Hanz Live on Blog Talk Radio - July 21st at 5 p.m.

 Debbie Dahmer will host this show featuring Angel Hanz for the Homeless.

Click this link to listen to the show live on Monday, July 21 at 5 p.m. Pacific Time or to hear the recording.

Angel Hanz on Voices Carry for Animals/Blog Talk Radio

Homeless people and homeless pets find each other and live on the streets together.  Each comforts and protects the other.  These attachments are profoundly emotional.  With the help of Angel Hanz and other like groups, there is hope that both people and pets can be rescued  to live better lives.
Angel Hanz for the Homeless

Our Mission
Angel Hanz For The Homeless, is 501c-3 non-profit dedicated to bettering the lives of homeless individuals and their pets through a solutions-based approach.

Angel has found her forever home!

Thank you for helping Angel.

Angel is a big, sweet, young female dog who was recently rescued from the street by Karen Hamza of Angel Hanz for the Homeless.

Update 2/2/14 - Angel has found her forever home!  Angel has been adopted by a wonderful family.  We are so happy to see Angel starting her new life!

Update 12/8/13 - Angel has a short-term foster!  We are excited that a loving family has taken Angel into their home on a temporary basis.  Angel still needs a forever home or long-term foster.

Update: 12/4/13 - Angel is doing so much better.  She will be a joy for whoever takes her in, whether as a foster or a forever home.  Here are some new pictures:

Here’s her story:

Angel was living on the street and was in terrible shape.  When Karen got the call about this dog in dire need, she immediately headed out to Hansen Dam where Angel had been spotted.  Karen, with the help of Angel Hanz volunteer Eddie and good Samaritan John, spent the day following Angel, trying to get her to come to her, until Angel had no more energy to run and finally collapsed.  Karen loaded Angel into her car and drove her to the vet where she learned that Angel’s collar had grown into her neck, Angel has a broken leg that was never treated, and Angel was underweight, malnourished and had dirt throughout her digestive tract – she had been so hungry that she had been eating dirt!

It was touch and go for a while.  Angel wouldn’t even move for the first few days and the vets weren't sure if she would live, but with love, food, shelter and medical care, Angel is starting to recover. Today, the vets at Blue Cross Pet Hospital tell us they are amazed at her progress!

Now Angel needs a place to stay and funds for future medical care.  Her situation is stable, but she will need to be spayed, and she needs a specialist to evaluate her broken leg.

Please contact Karen at Angel Hanz for the Homeless at 818-358-3663 to apply to foster Angel. 

To help with Angel’s current vet bill, call or visit Blue Cross Pet Hospital,  5505 Tujunga Avenue, North Hollywood, CA 91601. Phone: 818.980.1313. 

And please share this post to help Angel get the care she needs.