Native American Actor Rick Mora Helps Abandoned Huskies To Find New Homes


“Feel it, just feel it, go where your heart takes you. In humility and kindness, you will find your hearts path… Then you will discover yours.” – Rick Mora. Rick was born in a field of corn called Los Angeles but raised on a 100 acre farm with no electricity and a wood burning stove in Crescent City, California.

He returned to the city at age 7. He obtained a Bachelors Degree from California State University, Northridge in communication. Acting and Modeling soon followed when he was discovered by legendary Male Super Model agent Omar Alberto.

When studying up on Native American Actor Rick Mora you will find he dedicates much of his freetime supporting causes he cares about.

“I am humbled to participate with the Heartfelt foundation, a volunteer-driven international service organization helping families in the greatest need and Hounds and Heroes supporting our Military and Wounded Warriors.” says Rick.

Rick Mora is ambassador for rescued huskies at Husky Haven of LA. He spends a lot of time helping huskies. Because he really cares about animals.


  1. How can anyone abandon such beautiful animals! Many years go my sis and husband gave us a Husky because they couldn’t keep him, when they moved they asked me to Nikki and because I had 3 boys and 1 girl they always had loved him so I took him, had him for several years till he got loose from the yard following my kids to their bus stop and go hit by truck in front of them. It left us devastated.


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