This man adopts pets that are left behind in the shelters






Pets become family in every possible way. We love and take care of them, we see them grow. They become a part of everyday life. And anyone who adopts an animal should be even more proud of themselves , since they have helped this animal to have a second chance to lead a happy life.


The problem with adoption is that often cute animals that are adopted first, leaving others behind. Puppies, golden retrievers, that kind of thing. However, Steve Grieg, a Colorado animal lover, decided to change things.

Steve is a great animal lover and has always had about three or four pets in his home since childhood. But one of his most beloved dogs died and he wanted to do something special to commemorate him.


So he went to his local shelter and asked for his "less adoptable" dog. "So I adopted a 12-year-old Chihuahua named Eeyore," he said. "With a heart murmur and four bad knees, I brought him home and it was just the beginning of all the animals."

He quickly returned home and went to other shelters to collect his old and unhealthy animals. Now he has 10 older dogs, two pigeons and two ducks. But his biggest surprise was Bikini the pig. A friend who failed to keep her knew that Steve was adopting animals, so he sent her.



But why do you like older pets? "They are only wiser animals," he said. "You somehow know what you want in life once you have reached a certain age." These dogs know who they are and it is easy to develop a relationship with a person or a pet that knows who they are. "

He created an Instagram account for his "Wolf Gang", which now has more than 800,000 followers. "They feel at home. It's gratifying to know that these guys are happy, loved and taken care of. My days are worth it," he explained.



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