Texas Man Builds ‘Dog Train’ To Take Rescued Pups Out On Little Adventures

Texas Man Builds ‘Dog Train’ To Take Rescued Pups Out On Little Adventures

An 80-year-old guy named Eugene Bostick has a farm on a dead-end street in in Fort Worth, Texas. And several years ago, he noticed people were abandoning their dogs there.

So he and his brother started taking them in, and had them spayed and neutered if they weren’t already. He’s got about eight now. Then he decided to have some fun with it.

A while back, Eugene saw a guy moving rocks by cutting big plastic barrels in half . . . putting wheels on the bottom of each barrel . . . and hooking them up to a tractor, so it was like a little train with rocks in each car.

And he thought it would be a great way to get the DOGS around town too. Apparently he’s a bit of an eccentric.

He put wheels on the bottom of eight barrels, and cut holes in the tops so the dogs could sit in them.

Then he hooked them all up to his riding mower, and drove them around town . . . each dog in his own little compartment.

He says they LOVE it, and whenever they hear him hooking the barrels up to his mower, they run over and jump in.

Not surprisingly, the photos people have taken are going viral.

(The Dodo)

 

Dog Train

Dog Train

Dog Train

Dog Train

Study: 78% of People Would Dump You For Skipping Valentine's Day

Study: 78% of People Would Dump You For Skipping Valentine's Day

man woman hands holding broken heartHere are five new Valentine’s Day stats from various studies and surveys . . .

1.  80% of men and 78% of women would consider ENDING a relationship if their significant other didn’t do anything for Valentine’s Day.

2.  40% of men and 27% of women would consider MAXING OUT a credit card to buy a great Valentine’s Day gift.

3.  People who own dogs are more likely to believe their DOGS are more loyal than the person they’re with.

4.  One out of 20 people has a SECRET CELL PHONE their significant other doesn’t know about.

5.  54% of people are either planning to stay home and cook or not celebrate Valentine’s Day.  42% are planning to go out to dinner.

 

(ereleases / PR Newswire / Yahoo Finance / CBS 3 – Philadelphia)