Pet owners worldwide can comprehend the profound bond that can shape between an ace and their pet. Maybe they also can understand the grief involved with the loss of a pet, if that has happened, and how that excruciating inclination can wait. For one man, he chose to deal with his anguish a bit in an unexpected way.
Steve Greig, a bookkeeper from Colorado, felt at a loss after one of his dogs died.
“I was simply so upset about (that death),” Greig said. “A month or two passed by, despite everything I felt so repulsive about it. I chose that the main way I would feel better was if something great occurred. That most likely wouldn’t have occurred in the event that he had not kicked the bucket.”
Greig approached an animal shelter and asked for the canines no one needed.
“ I grew up with a great deal of pets,” Greig said. “Both my parents were animal lovers and they practically dependably given me a chance to have anything I desired as long as I could deal with it.”
“So (I adopted) a 12-year-old Chihuahua (named Eeyore) with a heart mumble and four terrible knees, and I brought him home, and that was just the beginning of all the animals,” he said.