Ice cream shop adding shelter dogs’ photos to cups to get them adopted

Shelter dogs get adoption help from New York ice cream store

NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y. — A New York ice cream shop is trying to get dogs out of shelters and into homes.

De Dee’s Dairy in Niagara Falls has started #AdoptAPupInACup promotion where dairy workers add a photo of an adoptable dog to a cup of vanilla soft-serve topped with a dog bone, WIVB reported.

Here it is !! 🤗 We’re teaming up with the Niagara County SPCA 😍 Check out our #AdoptAPupInACup Campaign !!— Come visit...

Posted by De Dee's Dairy on Monday, June 22, 2020
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The Pup Cup is also pulling double duty, not only by adding the photos of the dogs who need homes but also raising money for the Niagara County SPCA with $1 from every cup going to the shelter.

It isn’t just an ice cream world for shelter dogs, an area pizza shop is also featuring fido on its pizza boxes, WKBW reported.

FILE PHOTO: An ice cream shop has teamed up with an animal shelter to help get pets adopted.
FILE PHOTO: An ice cream shop has teamed up with an animal shelter to help get pets adopted. (John Moore/Getty Images)