This week a story about a new program started in Arlington Virgina called Pets2Vets. The purpose is to pair veterans with homeless pets by arranging adoptions of shelter animals. It has made two or three matches a week since its start in October. Veterans at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and the D.C. Veterans Affairs Medical Center are adopting pets from the Washington Animal Rescue League, where staff help make the right match. It’s a win-win situation for the shelter and the vets, Dr. Weitzman said: “We provide them a healing environment, to continue their recovery, but they also help our animals, many of which are recovering from traumas themselves.” Another story includes news from a group of High School students who held a bake sale for homeless animals, read the full story here.