Have you ever walked by a homeless person with a dog and thought, "how can they care for that animal?" Eight years ago Genevieve Frederick thought the same thing and created a nationwide organization called Pets Of The Homeless with her daughter, Renee.
So far, Pets Of The Homeless has treated over 12,800 pets.
The organization sponsors volunteers and veterinarians all over to provide food and medical care for homeless pets.
"What [the homeless] lack in their ability to provide vital resources like food, shelter and medicine for their pets, they reciprocate tenfold in love," Frederick continued.
"My dog is at home right now by herself. She's wondering when me and my husband are going to come home. The homeless pets are with their owners 24/7 and they have a way bigger bond than you and I have with our pets."