Pup-Caso: Cumberland County shelter dogs show off art skills for adoption

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WTVD) -- Cumberland County shelter dogs got the chance to show off their artistic skills in hopes of finding their perfect owner.

The Friends of Cumberland County AnimalS held an adoption event where they put dogs' artistic talents on display. In it, they used peanut butter-covered plastic bags to help give the dogs some artistic inspiration over their kennels to attract that perfect future family.

"Anything we can do to attract a person's attention to a particular animal that just increases their chances of being adopted," Deborah Knowles told ABC11

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A group called Friends of Cumberland County AnimalS has been on the front lines helping pets in need during the pandemic. Tragedy, a year ago, nearly ended the group but they managed to make a comeback.



These Pup-Caso's, as the shelter volunteer Knowles calls them, are all available for adoption through the shelter which is now accepting walk-in appointments.

All of the pups are looking for a forever home as the pandemic has made it challenging to get many of them adopted

For info on how to adopt one of these artistic dogs check the Cumberland County Animal Control's website here.
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