Most homeless shelters don’t allow pets unless they are a service animal. But in Philadelphia, professor and homeless activist Stephanie Sena is trying to change that. “What we really need right now is for the whole city to come together and to c - FRANKLYWNOW

Most homeless shelters don’t allow pets unless they are a service animal. But in Philadelphia, professor and homeless activist Stephanie Sena is trying to change that. “What we really need right now is for the whole city to come together and to c

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