This man had the idea in mind that even if his own beloved pet had passed away, he still had the chance to give another dog a good life.

Steve Greig is far from your ordinary pet owner, let alone accountant.

(H/T The Dodo + Angela Chang)

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There are thousands of rescue animals waiting in shelters, hoping every day to be welcomed into their forever homes, and to get a second chance at life.

Like many of you, Steve Greig has adopted his beloved furry friends. But unlike probably most of you, he lives with a total of 10 adopted dogs — all of whom are seniors!

Greig’s love of animals followed him to adulthood. When he got his own place, he always had three or four dogs around. But the death of one in particular was the catalyst to growing the multi-species family he has today.

“I was just so distraught about [that death],” Greig said. “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 something good happened that probably wouldn’t have happened if he had not died.”

That was when in Greig made it his mission to head down to his local shelter and adopt the “least adoptable” dog. Greig had the idea in mind that even if his own beloved pet had passed away, he still had the chance to give another dog a good life.

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Comments

  1. This is wonderful! Every pet deserves a good life, even if it’s taken them a while to get there. It’s good to see those dogs looking so relaxed and happy now.

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