Grieving Man Just Can’t Stop Adopting ‘Unwanted’ Senior Dogs And Farm Animals From Local Shelters

Steve always had multiple pets in his house growing up As an adult, he continued removing in animals from karma. He typically had three or four dogs in his house at a time. He lives on a large piece of property with plenty of space for all these furry creatures.

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When his beloved furry companion passed, Steve Greig, a Colorado native, felt an emptiness inside of him that he simply could not bear to live with. Without really giving it too much thought, he found himself outside of his local animal shelter.

He went to his local pet rescue center in Denver, Colorado to take home the “least adoptable” senior dog, as these are the ones too often overlooked. Now, Greig is a super busy human dad to his ten elder dog shelter rescues, and his Instagram is overloaded with cuteness approved by 478k followers.

“I was just so distraught…A month or two went by, and I still felt so horrible about it. I decided that the only way I would feel better was if something good happened.”

The next thing Greig knew, he had brought home Eeyore, a 12-year-old Chihuahua with a slew of health problems and a heart of gold.

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