Aiding the kennel-less

July 11, 2013 by Henry Benjamin
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Sydney’s Jewish House is taking care to a new level…by offering aid to homeless dogs.

Vet Sam Kovac with Rabbi Mendel Kastel

Vet Sam Kovac with Rabbi Mendel Kastel

CEO Rabbi Mendel Kastel explained: “We are not actually catering for strays but for dogs belonging to homeless people.”

Teaming up with vet Sam Kovac, Rabbi Kastekl told J-Wire that the plan was to ensure that dogs owned by homeless people would have access to proper veterinary care.

Sam Cox said: “We have made arrangement with animal medical suppliers and even food suppliers to get assistance underway to ensure that the homeless who have pets in their car will have healthy animals and that the the cost of keeping them that way is not a burden to the owners.”


One Response to “Aiding the kennel-less”
  1. Eli says:

    Rabbi Kastel, do the dogs have to be Jewish?

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