In the United States, more than half a million people are Homeless - and nearly fifteen percent are veterans.
Many of these veterans rely on pets as companions to make it on the streets. Homeless Shelters
in many communities are a resource for vets who need food and Shelter
while they work to find employment and get off the street.
Unfortunately, a large majority of veteran-assisted homeless shelters do not allow pets on their property.
So homeless vets with pets are faced with an unimaginable decision each night - either stay with their pet outside and brave the cold for the night, or check into the shelter and leave their pet to die.
Donate to Safe Haven, a Jackson Galaxy Project initiative and GreaterGood.org's newest signature program to leave no Vet and Pet behind!