80-Year-Old Man Builds A ‘Dog Train’ To Take Rescued Homeless Dogs Out On Adventures

The world needs more people like Eugene Bostick. He is an octogenarian from East Fort Worth, Texas who lives on a huge 3-acre land with his family and has a soft spot for stray dogs.

Since his home is located on a dead-end, people have made a terrible habit of abandoning dogs there and leaving them to starve and die. But Eugene couldn’t stand the thought of the abandoned dogs near his home and took the dogs under his wing.

He dedicates a lot of time to taking care of the stray puppies, feeding them, and taking them to the vet. He even built the cutest dog train ever to take them on adventures and trips.

This sounds like such a great way of spending your retired years and taking care of those less fortunate or helpless. The dogs seem to be enjoying the train ride a great deal and according to Eugene, they express their excitement by barking and carefully observing the road.

Of course, passers-by couldn’t help themselves and immortalized the cute moments, posting them on social media for everyone to see.

2 Responses to “80-Year-Old Man Builds A ‘Dog Train’ To Take Rescued Homeless Dogs Out On Adventures”

  1. Japinderjit kaur says:

    Big salute to him

  2. Katherine says:

    Eugene is one the most precious souls to have ever touched the earth. He is an inspiration and joy for the world to look up to sn emmulate.

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