Compassionate Man Adopts Every Animal In Need That He Meets

Steve Greig’s very large and pretty amazing rescue family just had two more members.

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Greig recently shared a photo on Instagram of Loretta the dog sitting in his car with not one but two baby chickens he’d saved from an animal swap last weekend, where people go to sell farm animals, with every intention of giving them a good forever home to live in, complete with a lot of canine siblings.

man adopting animals

“I came across these baby Silkie chickens and couldn’t resist,” Greig said.

So, Loretta and I went to the chicken swap this morning….. (I swapped some cash for these two)

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Greig also got his pig, Bikini …

No, it isn’t pearls before swine. It’s pearls placed on a pig with a purpose. Bikini is showing off her @wagaware pink charm to promote pig adoption. Through the end of this month @wagaware will donate 60% of their profits from the newly designed pink charms to rescue pigs at @rooterville. The charms are pretty cool, you can put them on your key chain or your pets collar and they glow in the dark. There is only a few days left to help them reach their goal of a $6000 donation to @rooterville and they are only a couple hundred charms away from that goal. Remember, Bikini is a rescue pig. If you are considering bringing a pig into your home, please adopt one of the many pigs available at rescues all over the country. Thanks @prissy_pig for bringing this great cause to our attention.

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… and Oprah, the Roomba-riding chicken, at an animal swap.

Greig named the darker chick Laverne, whom he described in an Instagram post as “slightly awkward” but more adventurous than the other chick, Shirley, who is smaller in size and quite the loudmouth.

Shirley and Laverne are joining a family currently made up of 10 (mostly) senior dogs, a pig, a rabbit, two ducks, two pigeons, two other chickens and some cats …

… and we have a feeling they’re going to fit in just fine at their new home.

“At this point they are too small to leave with my other chickens so they are living in the house for about a month or so,” Greig said. ” Next weekend I have to take a road trip and since they are too small to leave alone, they will be making the trip with me, ten dogs and Bikini the pig.”

man adopting animals

Keep up with Greig’s “wolf gang” and their adventures on Instagram.

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