Cool kid makes bow ties for shelter dogs and cats to help them get adopted
Life in a shelter house is not easy. It’s because there are so many cute puppies waiting for a loving home. But unfortunately, not each of them gets it. Most of the good bois and girls have to spend their entire lives in a shelter house where they just yearn for love and care. And it ʙʀᴇᴀᴋs ᴏᴜʀ ʜᴇᴀʀᴛ to know that several pets just die in shelter houses waiting just for love. We know it’s not fair.
Dogs are incredible creatures as they offer us love and loyalty like no one other does, but they expect nothing in return. Although we need to respect, love and protect these adorable creatures and all the animals alike. Unfortunately, there are still so many abandoned pets who are ending up in shelters. And we all know that life for a shelter animals is far from easy. Therefore, when I hear about nice people who are trying to do anything in their power, just to make those animals’s lives a little bit sweeter, then my heart fills with joy. It is the case of this kind hearted boy, named Darius Brown who tries to help shelter dogs to find a home in such a beautiful manner.
But there is something good that we want to share with you all. It’s a story of a 12-year-old boy, Darius Brown, from New Jersey who has the biggest heart in the world. What he has done will surely make you smile. So here’s the story. This cute little boy has started an initiative to help the furry friends so that they all can get a loving home to live. He makes designer and beautiful bow ties for four-legged friends (both cat and dog). After making the bow ties, Darius Brown then donates them to the shelter house to get people’s attention.
At that time, Brown, being a pet lover, knew he had to do something. So, he made bowties for the shelter dogs and donated them in bulk to the New York ASPCA for the dogs to wear. Fortunately, Brown’s plan worked, and the dogs got adopted once they sported Brown’s bowties. Brown’s kindness, talent, and efforts did not go unnoticed; several publications and TV shows took an interest in Brown’s work after hearing his story. Even former President Barack Obama reached out to Brown, encouraging him to continue his good deeds in a letter applauding Brown’s company.
Now, Brown hopes to expand his business online and continue to donate the bowties he makes to animal shelters in the US and UK.