This Girl Turned Doggie Cones Of Shame Into Works Of Art And It's The Cutest Thing You'll See All Day

There are few sights sadder than a dog wearing a Cone of Shame.

There are few sights sadder than a dog wearing a Cone of Shame.

After volunteering with One Tale at a Time in Chicago, photographer Erin Einbender had seen enough sad dogs sporting the cone of shame, and wanted to try and help.

After volunteering with One Tale at a Time in Chicago, photographer Erin Einbender had seen enough sad dogs sporting the cone of shame, and wanted to try and help.

So combining her love for dogs and passion for photography, Erin started a project called Cones of Fame.

So combining her love for dogs and passion for photography, Erin started a project called Cones of Fame.

Erin chose a few dogs from the shelter and with the help of some fellow volunteers, decorated the cones and had a doggy photoshoot. The final results are absolutely adorable.

Erin chose a few dogs from the shelter and with the help of some fellow volunteers, decorated the cones and had a doggy photoshoot. The final results are absolutely adorable.

The project not only helps bring awareness to getting your pets spayed and neutered, but it also helps rescue dogs find their forever homes.

The project not only helps bring awareness to getting your pets spayed and neutered, but it also helps rescue dogs find their forever homes.

Because there are still shelters in Chicago that have yet to adopt the no-kill policy, Cones of Fame is set on helping rescue dogs get adopted.

Because there are still shelters in Chicago that have yet to adopt the no-kill policy, Cones of Fame is set on helping rescue dogs get adopted.

And I mean come on, who wouldn’t want to adopt these cutie pies??

And I mean come on, who wouldn’t want to adopt these cutie pies??

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