“Pet owners are deeply attached to their dogs, cats, birds and other animals, and that doesn’t change if they become homeless. But their ability to care for their pets may. That’s where an unusual and specially focused non-profit steps in to help. More than two thirds of the pets kept by homeless people locally are dogs, says Gillian Squirrell, founder of Homeless With Pets. But that other third encompasses considerable variety.”
Read the article, Non-profit Serves Homeless Pet Owners, here.
Learn more about Gillian Squirrell’s project, Homeless With Pets here.