StreetVet are a registered charity providing free accessible veterinary care to the pets of people experiencing homelessness. StreetVet started as two vets and a backpack of medical supplies on the streets of London in 2016. We now have 17 outreach locations across the UK supported by over 400 vet/vet nurse volunteers who provide StreetVet services in those areas. During this time, we deliver free preventative and reactive veterinary care, procedures such as simple diagnostic tests, flea and worming treatment, microchipping, education, and daily essentials such as food, treats and other pet equipment to the pets of those experiencing homelessness. If an animal needed to be referred into a veterinary practice for surgery, x-rays, or further investigative procedures we cover the cost of this treatment, ongoing medication and often transportation costs to and from the vet appointment. StreetVet service users are amongst the most vulnerable in society and commonly have complex physical and psychosocial needs. Most of our clients describe their pets as family, their main source of mental health support, and credit their pet-human bond with giving them a reason to live. Our mission is simple, to protect the human-animal bond, keeping pets and their owners together wherever possible.