From “cones of shame” to “Cones of Fame,” these once overlooked shelter dogs are now being noticed thanks to a clever artist. When someone sees a shelter dog wearing a cone, they might associate it with the dog being diseased and unfit to have as a pet. Of course, this isn’t the case.
Erin came up with the idea to decorate the cones to help the dogs stand out, and it has paid off in a big way. The cone-wearing dogs are now being adopted into loving homes while looking as stylish as can be!
Dogs wearing the dreaded "cones of shame" were having a hard time getting noticed at an animal shelter. A local artist came up with an eye-catching solution.
Posted by Humankind on Monday, June 5, 2017
“Bejeweled” -Buddie -adopted! ❤️
Miguel has officially been adopted after waiting for his forever family for 18 months! Find out more about his story here: One Tail at a Time!