Extremely good deed: a veterinarian walks the streets to help abandoned and lonely animals

 Extremely good deed: a veterinarian walks the streets to help abandoned and lonely animals

This kind man decided to help abandoned animals.

Kindness will save our planet. As long as there are good people and good deeds, we can hope that our country has a good future.

Quain Stewart is one of those people with a big heart who decided to change the world with their small contribution.

The 49-year-old kind veterinarian  Dr. Stewart walks on California streets  to help homeless peoples' animals free of charge

Anyone who has pets should take proper care of them because they don’t know if they have the financial means to do so:

Obviously, the lives of pets with a sweet home are different from those whose people are homeless.

When it comes to treating their pets, they struggle without money.

The 49-year-old kind veterinarian  Dr. Stewart walks on California streets  to help homeless peoples' animals free of charge

So this veterinarian decided to do a good deed for homeless animals.

Dr. Stewart’s mission began in 2011 when he realized that the number of homeless animals was growing every day.

He decided to go out and help homeless pets.

The 49-year-old kind veterinarian  Dr. Stewart walks on California streets  to help homeless peoples' animals free of charge

Since then, Dr. Stewart has roamed the streets of California, offering free help to those in need.

Over the years, he has helped more than 400 sick animals.

The 49-year-old kind veterinarian  Dr. Stewart walks on California streets  to help homeless peoples' animals free of charge

People sometimes judge them without knowing their stories:

Dr. Stewart has heard so many compelling stories that have touched him and inspired these compelling stories.

He also created a GoFundMe page where many people join him on his mission.

Please check out this kind vet’s mission from the video below: