A Compassionate Mission: Homeless Man Devotes Himself to Saving Stray Dogs Without a Home

 A Compassionate Mission: Homeless Man Devotes Himself to Saving Stray Dogs Without a Home

This man and his furry family of eleven are inseparable. Armed with a bicycle, a vehicle, and an unyielding affection for his pets, he embarked on a remarkable journey across the country. Despite facing challenges along the way, they persevered and have now settled into a cozy home after covering more than 2,000 miles.Over the years, Steve has generously opened his heart and home to every stray dog he has encountered during his travels. While he may not have much in terms of material wealth, he is undoubtedly rich in love.In fact, Steve has welcomed over 50 four-legged friends into his family over the last 14 years. At one point in his life, he even took a bold trip from California to Indiana, accompanied by his loyal companions.

Despite facing difficult circumstances, Steve chose not to surrender his beloved pets to a shelter. His furry companions consisted of a canine family, including a mother with her adorable pups, and he had only a bicycle and a vehicle to rely on. Together, they embarked on an epic journey traversing approximately 2,000 miles whilst exploring various parts of the country. Eventually, their adventure led them to cross paths with Alicia Edrington, a kind-hearted woman who came to their aid.

Alicia’s mom, Mickey, reached out for assistance and generously offered funds to secure Steve and his furry companions a temporary lodging.

Kerry from the animal shelter in West Memphis came by and bought 100 pounds of food for the dogs.

A few people brought leashes and harnesses for their furry friends, while Steve and his pets were given an extra night at the hotel due to additional guests. The Edrington family had asked for help, and thanks to the kindness of a Tennessee resident named Kelley Seaton, they were able to reach their destination in Indiana.

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