Not all heroes wear capes. In fact, some roam the streets to provide medical assistance to homeless animals.
Meet Dr. Kwane Stewart, a veterinarian who is always ready to help pets in need of treatment.
This modern hero of the time decorates the streets of California with his generosity and love for four-legged friends.
Statistics show that more than half a million stray animals live in the United States. Almost half of them, 47 percent, live in California. In 2007, the Great Recession hit the city of Modesto in California especially hard.
This unfortunate event prompted Stewart to practice his profession outside the walls of his animal hospital. It was a turning point in the career of a veterinarian with 20 years of experience.
«It was a moment for my career that was instructive. Until now, I have been practicing medicine specifically for clients who could afford to pay for all services.
But at some point I found myself in this economic crisis. People didn’t even have the money to take care of their pets.»
Wherever he goes, he always takes his first aid kit with him. This way, he will be able to stop when he sees a needy animal or a homeless person with a fluffy animal
By now, Dr. Kwane Stewart has already taken care of about 400 animals in 9 years of working on the street.