Many homeless people take better care of their pets than themselves; this clinic helps them | The Seattle Times

There aren’t accurate count of the number of people with pets and no homes, but advocates estimate 5 to 10% of homeless people have pets. More than 550,000 people were counted Nationwide – more 11,600 of them in King County – on one night in 2017. That’s a lot of homeless pets, and homeless people who keep animals are often met with criticism.

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