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One Shelter Is Saving The Lives Of Homeless Teens And Their Pets

One Shelter Is Saving The Lives Of Homeless Teens And Their Pets

According to Fox 31, 95% of homeless teens have pets. For some of these children, their pet is all they have. Sadly, they have no way to get their pets the medical care that they might need.

Luckily, Sox Place, a drop-in youth center in Denver, CO, is extending their services to provide free veterinary care for homeless pets.

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Much like some of the lost youth that seek refuge at Sox Place, these pets have also been abused, neglected, and are in desperate in need of a home. More importantly, these animals need a caring human.

Below, watch the story of Louis Peters and his dog Dagger, his only family member. Disclaimer: This video causes the feels. Lots of feels. As a warm-up, I’ll just drop this right here…

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H/t to KDVR.com

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