A homeless man risked his life to save all the animals trapped in an Atlanta animal shelter after it caught fire. Keith Walker rushed into the W-Underdogs shelter on December 18 after a fire engulfed its kitchen. “I was nervous as hell, I’m not going to lie. I was really scared to go in there with all that smoke. But God put me there to save those animals,” Walker said. Walker, who has been homeless since age 13, keeps his dog Bravo at the animal shelter and was on his way there to walk Bravo when he spotted the fire. “I can’t thank him enough for saving my animals. I’m still in disbelief, because I’ve been around a fire, and I know how fast they flare up. He is my hero,” said Gracie Hamlin, founder of the shelter. Walker saved six dogs and 10 cats.