Huskies pull homeless man toward Abilene on cross-country trek

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ABILENE, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) – “Homelessness doesn’t mean hopelessness” Georgie Cutright explains as he’s pulled down Hwy 351 toward Abilene in a makeshift sled. 

He left Tennessee with his beloved rescue huskies Sarah and Lobos 8 months ago to embark on a cross-country mission to raise awareness for homelessness, an issue he’s experienced much of his life.

Sarah and Lobos pull Cutright along as he heads to California, slowly but surely, with hopes of completing his trip come spring. 

Curtight says God’s guidance fuels his journey, and that “what you’ve done, no matter where you have been, no matter your circumstances are right now, if you make a good decision and put God first, follow through with the decision, and do it, it will be blessed and great people will help you out along the way.”

He hopes to write a book about his travels after he reaches the west coast. 

The trio is currently headed toward Abilene and will cut across I-20 once they reach town.

Cutright says he loves meeting new people and invites everyone who sees him to come say hi! 

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