According to Independent Record, Chelsea Bailey Animal Shelter got creative to help get these adorable pups a fur-ever home.

"They say a picture is worth a thousand words," Shelter Director Jacki Casagranda told Independent Record. "You can see their features and their kindness and the love they have to give."

When you walk through an animal shelter it hurts to see the animals in kennels with all the love in their eyes but no family to love. I think this helps critters get adopted. You take them out of that element of that kennel and show off their sweetness and kindness.

I think that local shelters should start doing this.