According to Do Something, just one out of every ten dogs who are given to shelters really find a lifelong home with a loving family. Almost usually, dogs who wind up in shelters have been given up by their owners or discovered wandering the streets.
In order to make some of these homeless animals’ days better, one woman made the decision to buy dog treats and bring them to the neighborhood shelter.
All the dogs were excited to see her when she arrived to the Jefferson Parish Animal Shelter, particularly because she brought them wonderful snacks.
It was the responsibility of Blaise Landry, a Marrero, Louisiana, citizen, to perform this noble deed for the shelter’s animals.
Recently, the lady posted several images and videos to Facebook showing the shelter canines savoring puppuccinos (a play on words between puppy and cappuccino, “puppy and cappuccino” in English).
Puppuccinos are often whipped cream manufactured specifically for dogs; they are known by the label “coffee” because they are produced by Starbucks Coffee.
So don’t panic; this luscious canine dish contains no caffeine at all; it is simply whipped cream with an amusing name.