A beautiful love story: this veterinarian travels the streets to provide free care for homeless animals

Living in the new society is a major challenge for some of us.

It is a well-known fact that poverty has driven a surprising number of people onto the streets over the last decade.

The importance of the challenges is well reflected in the numbers. Over 140,000 people are formally homeless in the United States.

California has been the hardest hit. Last year, there were 151,278 homeless individuals.

Fortunately, there are still good Samaritans who bring hope to those suffering from homelessness. Street veterinarian Kwane Stewart has been helping homeless animals in California since 2011.

Following the Great Recession of 2007, Stewart realized it was time to help those in need. A 49-year-old woman shares, «I love the work. Scroll down and read the inspiring veterinarian’s full story.»

Dr. Kwane currently operates a GoFundMe page aimed at raising funds to cover all the expensive surgeries required for his four-legged patients.

«Medication and ear cleaning and flea treatment can cost about $100, but more serious conditions such as tumor removal and tooth extraction can cost $1,500.»

Just like Dink, a dog with a unique bond with his owner, Walter. Unfortunately, Dink suffers from a very rare condition that requires a special surgical intervention.

The doctors are currently working to achieve this but acknowledge that it is a very costly process.

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