Homeless people once used to be like all the “normal” people we know. They used to have a home, a job, and maybe even a family. Many of them also used to have pets or they just used to be pet lovers. Some, continue to have pets in their homeless times, or they just become guardian angels for strays, just like a homeless man, Steve, did.
Steve started living in the street in 2001. By 2015, he had taken with him any stray dog he found on his way, and he had filled a cart with them. In 2015, the man started a journey from California to Indiana, where his girlfriend, also a pet lover, lived. So, he took his bicycle, attached a small cart to it, filled it with his 11 dogs, and started pedaling.
In the midst of the 2,000-mile journey, he had a flat tire, and he had to stop to fix it. At that time, it just so һаррeпed that 24-year-old Alicia was driving by and saw the man.
Indeed, the fundraiser helped raise $35,000 for the homeless man and his canine ɡапɡ.
But the help that Steve received didn’t stop there.
The dogs were spayed/neutered and medically checked up. But the people treating them never considered separating them from the man that had taken care of them for the last 14 years.
This story is a гemіпdeг that when you do good deeds, it always comes back to you one way or another.