Orange County

Charity offers free vet care for homeless people’s pets in Orlando

ORLANDO, Fla. — A national charity is helping some local homeless people take care of their pets.

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The Elle-Vet Project stopped by the Christian Service Center on Thursday.

Photos: Charity offers free vet care for homeless peoples’ pets in Orlando

Dogs, cats and even a turtle were treated with free vet care.

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Workers also provided bags of food.

In the last year, the nonprofit helped 3,000 animals around Orange County.

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This year, the organization hopes to treat 5,000 pets.

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