Steve Greigs, an accountant in Colorado, has made it his life’s mission to adopt the unadoptable. Greigs has ten senior dogs, a potbelly pig named Bikini, a couple of cats, two ducks, a rabbit and a chicken named Oprah. Oh, and Jim the Pigeon.
Steve’s doggy family had their fifteen minutes of fame when Human’s of New York posted a photo of Engelbert along with his adoption story. Greigs has made a habit of adopting the underdog.
The dog pack has done sponsored posts for Rachael Ray’s Nutrish Dish dog food, Purina and Petfinder, the app he used to find Bikini, his pot belly pig rescue. We hope Greigs earned some perks from the dog food companies since he has a dozen mouths under his roof.
Bikini the pig was found at a “local chicken swap” in the back of a pickup truck; as a princess pig with a Real Housewives attitude, she was painfully out of place. Bikini now cruises around in her dad’s Escalade and doesn’t do a damn thing she doesn’t want to, which includes walking.
She has her own compartment in the “Senior Wagon” so she won’t accidentally crush one of the smaller dogs.
She’s got everything a diva needs including a super handsome, laid back boyfriend – Enoch, the ten-foot-tall Irish Wolfhound.
We’re not totally sure Stuart knows he’s a rabbit. His best friend is a pigeon and his roommates are the gender bending roosters, Laverne and Shirley.
Greigs has an army of miniature senior dogs ready to help out underfoot with matters of household chores and security. His Instagram feed has some pure gold photoshoots of tiny, canine elders posing in ludicrous settings.
Good news for those out there wanting a distinguished mutt, some of his pups are fosters and up for adoption.