Caring for the pets of newly homeless people

05/11/2011 | CNN

An increasing number of people in Portland, Ore., are finding themselves newly homeless and living on the streets with their dogs. Shelters in the city and many others across the country don't allow people to bring their pets, so owners opt to keep the bond with their animals and brave the great outdoors. Volunteers including Amy Sacks, founder of The Pixie Project, have increased their outreach efforts to help homeless pet owners find free clinics for spaying and neutering, vaccines and other basic veterinary care.

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