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Vets Care in Pakistan

Vet students help farm animal victims of floods.

In response to the disastrous floods in Pakistan that have already displaced nearly five million residents, aid for animals is now being provided in addition to the efforts to help Pakistani people. The University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences’ Vets Care Club, which conducts free clinics for the animals of poor farmers, is aiming to do as much as possible for animal victims of the disaster. Students and Vets are volunteering to go into hazardous areas of Pakistan in order to save farm animals. Many Pakistani families rely on the animals on their small farms for their livelihood and survival, and relief efforts of any kind have been slow to arrive in response to the nationwide floods.

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