Rescued Dogs Go on Train Adventure With 80-Year-Old Man

Helpless animals all over the world require humanitarian aid to help them in surviving. While some people rescue animals as a fulfilling career, one Texas man does it in his free time out of the goodness of his heart.

Eugene Bostick is an 80-year-old man from East Forth Worth that has a sizeable three-acre plot of land. His soft spot for stray dogs and the fact that his home sits at a dead-end makes it the perfect place for homeless dogs to find compassion.

Eugene takes these precious pups and gives them delicious food, water, and even trips to the vet. To make things even more fun for himself and the canines, he built his very own dog train using a tractor and old barrels.

The pups get to go on adventurous rides about twice a week. You can tell by their big smiles and wagging tails that this is something they look forward to doing with their favorite human friend. We wish more people out there were like Eugene.

Rescued Dogs Go on Train Adventure With 80-Year-Old Man