A man who is 80 years old makes a dog train so he can take rescue dogs on adventures.

Eugene Bostick, an 80-year-old animal lover from Fort Worth, Texas, may be retired, but he still spends his time helping stray dogs and making the world a better place for everyone. Even though Bostick is no longer working, he spends all his time acting as a "train driver" for stray dogs he saved. He takes them on adventures as his passengers. Even though he's always been kind to animals, especially those without a home, Bostick thinks he can do more and makes the most of his newfound free time.

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Bostick said, "We live at the end of a street, where my brother and I have a horse barn." "Sometimes, people come by and leave dogs out here to starve. So, we started to feed them, let them in, and take them to the vet to get them fixed. We gave them a place to live."

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So Eugene has taken a lot of stray dogs to live on his brother's farm. But he wanted to give them more than food, water, and a place to sleep. He also wanted to make sure they were happy. So that he could do this, he built a train for his rescued puppies that would keep them busy and happy.

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"I was out one day and saw this guy with a tractor pulling these carts with rocks on them. He said, "I thought, "Damn, that would work for a dog train." "I'm a pretty good welder, so I took these plastic barrels with holes in them, put wheels under them, and tied them together."

Of course, all dogs love going on the dog train.

"They get so excited every time they hear me hook up the tractor to it," Eugene said. "I'm getting older, so I don't know how long I can keep doing this, but I'll do it as long as I can because these dogs love it. They just like it a lot."

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