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Homeless people sometimes take better care of their pets than themselves; this clinic helps them

Stanley (who asked to only be identified by his first name) shares a quiet moment with his dog, Bud the Amazing Wonder Dog, after getting treatment for his arthritis at the Doney Memorial Pet Clinic in the Union Gospel Mission in Seattle on Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018. While struggling with homelessness Stanley said he and 13-year-old Bud the Amazing Wonder Dog are “bonded for life.” The volunteer-based clinic helps people of low-income or without homes provide basic care for their pets without any price to them- including vaccinations and food.

Homeless people with pets are usually criticized and sometimes turned away from shelters. But that’s starting to change.  WATCH

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