In this modern society, it may be hard for someone to survive. Because of poverty, half of million people live on the street in the USA. Those homeless people can visible, but the struggle they faced is invisible to others. By understanding that pain, Stewart Kwane, a veterinarian has been able to cure the pets belongs to homeless people in California.
Since those pet owners are not wealthier, they cannot meet a veterinarian when their beloved pet needs medical attention. As per the doctor, his four-legged patients need pricey surgeries. “The cost of minor treatments like ear infections, flea treatment, or vaccines can be around $100, whereas more serious cases of pet care like a tumor removal or dental with extractions can be $1,500.” Saving a little buddy can add up to quite a big sum of money,” he says.
Dr. Stewart Kwane is on a mission to help the homeless and their pets left on the outskirts of society
Stewart always carries a medical bag with him so he can stop to help whenever he spots someone in need
Here, the Street Vet is pictured helping a man with colon cancer and his dog named Crazy Girl
“I’ve experienced the most genuine stories of love, compassion, struggle, and hope,” said the man about his job
The veterinarian treats animal allergies, skin and ear infections, flea infestations, bad teeth, and even arthritis
“Giving a little can make all the difference,” writes the doctor on his GoFundMe page
The man is sharing his journey on a TV series called “The Street Vet”
Shouldn’t we appreciate his kindness?
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