Today the Department of Awesomely Good Deeds salutes the Scottish SPCA and members of the Scottish Women’s Institute, who’ve been doing their part to help “unadoptable” dogs get the attention they deserve from prospective pet adopters by knitting them colorful sweater jackets.
“…the cute garments help dogs suffering from “black dog syndrome” in multiple ways. In addition to drawing attention to the otherwise overlooked pups, the swaddling effect of the sweaters helps anxious dogs to relax. This gives the dogs confidence and allows them to be on their best behavior for potential adopters. Moreover—and most obviously—the comfy coats keep the dogs snuggly warm in their kennels.”
Head over to My Modern Met to learn more about this outstanding project.
[via My Modern Met]