It's a challenge for people who are homeless to get medical treatment for their animals. But there's a man who's determined to change the world. Dr. Stewart Kwane from California is a self-described street vet devoted to caring for the animals of the homeless. Since 2011, the caring doctor has been carrying out his mission to care for animals. In addition, he has been taking out his money to pay for the primary meals and vet costs, if required, for these animals.
Doctor. Kwane often carries his medical bag while making his rounds to assist any animal that might require help. When the adventures of the doctor's good friend began costing him money, he launched a GoFundMe page to solicit funds for his cause. Doctor. Kwane says, "The cost of minor treatments like ear infections, flea treatment, or vaccines can be around $100, whereas more serious cases of pet care like a tumor removal or dental with extractions can be $1,500."
Since saving innocent souls is very expensive, we find the story of a puppy named Dinker. While the doctor is doing his best, the puppy requires very costly surgery. The vet Dr. Stewart had this to declare: "Dinker has a very uncommon condition that requires an operation by an expert. I've witnessed the most authentic stories of compassion, love, struggles, and hope."
He also states, "Giving a little can make all the difference."