Volunteer vets join charity to offer care to animals owned by homeless in Sheffield



Sheffield vets have joined an animal charity at a soup kitchen to provide free of charge veterinary care to animals owned by people who are homeless in the city.  The team held their first session with Street Paws on Wednesday night, hailing the night a ‘success’ after they were able to treat two dogs at the Soup Kitchen on Kings Street, despite concerns that many might not turn up.
They were lead by Hannah Mason MRCVS, of Abbeymoor Vets in Hillsborough, who is also a Team Leader for Street Paws.
She was joined by Cat Henstridge MRCVS, of Peak Vets in Woodseats, Bethany Dixon MRCVS, who... read more

 
7 December 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 22
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