Pets of people experiencing homelessness are as well taken care of as any other animals, study indicates

Pets of people experiencing homelessness are as well taken care of as any other animals, study indicates

The co-author of a recent North American study into the health of the pets of people experiencing homelessness hopes to challenge the stigma that those animals are not well cared for by their owners.

Go to full article: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/kitchener-waterloo/community-vet-outreach-homelessness-pet-health-university-of-guelph-1.6216441

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