In pictures: French student vets help homeless pets

Trainee vets travel to homeless shelters to care for animals

Students at a veterinary school have set up a scheme to offer free care and treatment to pets belonging to homeless people or those unable to pay.

The 90 or so students at the Lyon school offer care, under the supervision of a professor, at homeless shelters in the city that allow animals.

Hundreds of dogs and cats have now ...

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