The accountant went to the shelter for a dog that had no chance of getting in, and ended up taking 10 dogs and a pig

ANIMALS

Anyone can create a mini-home shelter – even Steve Greig, an accountant from Denver, who had no experience as a pet volunteer, managed to do this.

Steve just loved dogs so much, and when his dog died, he decided to adopt a new pet from the least acceptable animal shelter. This group usually includes older dogs with health problems, and Steve was already prepared for such problems.

What he didn’t expect was that the shelter had at least 10 dogs of varying sizes, colors and behaviors that met the “ineligibility” criteria.

The man looked at these happy creatures whose life was supposed to end in these cages, and made a firm decision.

“I take them all! he announced to the shelter staff as he filled out the paperwork and loaded his new animals, from the smallest to the largest, into the trunk of the car.

A little later, their unwanted farm bacon pig, Stuart, a random rabbit wandering around the yard, showed up.

Now her accountant gets up at 5 a.m., prepares breakfast for everyone, gives the dogs prescribed medicines, and walks them.

He then goes to work and returns at lunchtime to take his new friends for a walk and offer them a bite to eat. After work, he is with them again: walking, playing, washing, combing them – he is busy and absolutely not bored.

This great team lives together and Greg has a kind word for every animal. He is happy that he can help them, and the rescued animals will repay him well with love and devotion.

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