This veterinarian walks the streets of California, treating homeless people’s animals for free

The world appears to be a wonderful place when there is kindness and love in it.
And the actions of this California-based vet are simply restoring faith in humanity.
Meet Kwane Stewart, the Street Vet, a compassionate man who provides free animal care to the homeless.

A pet doesn’t care whether you’re rich or poor.
Their love is pure and unconditional.
However, due to a lack of timely medical attention, life can be difficult for the pets of people living on the streets.
That’s why this hero decided to step in and make things easier for these people and their four-legged companions.

Image credits: The Street Vet

It all began in 2011, when the now 49-year-old veterinarian realized he needed to do something about the rising number of homeless animals.
And his goal is simple: to help as many homeless people and their dogs as possible!

Stewart told CNN, “I had a full line before I realized it.”
“There was something there that drew me in.”
I did it once more before deciding to just take it to the street and approach homeless people instead of waiting for them to approach me.”
Since then, the caring veterinarian has been walking the streets of California to lend a helping hand.
Even if they are small at times, his actions bring so much joy to the spirits of those he helps.

Image credits: The Street Vet

Stewart has provided free care to over 400 animals over the years.
He has, however, set up a GoFundMe page where other generous people are assisting him with his efforts.

Stewart claims that this extraordinary encounter taught him to see the world with fresh eyes and to overcome his own prejudices.
“I had my own prejudices…about homeless people before I started doing this work,” he admitted.
“You just draw conclusions based on their story without knowing anything about them.”
You quickly realize that you have no idea why they are there.”

Image credits: The Street Vet

According to the vet, some of the stories had a profound impact on him.
“I’ve heard some of the most genuine stories of love, compassion, suffering, and hope,” he said.
“These homeless people look after their dogs better than we do.”
When they get a pet, they become more generous.
They are constantly concerned with feeding their pet.”

Image credits: The Street Vet

Stewart is motivated and inspired by these extraordinary stories.
This fuels his desire to accomplish even more.
To make a difference!
“Giving a little can have a big impact,” the vet observed.
His exploits will be chronicled in a new TV show called “The Street Vet,” which will air soon!