12-Year-Old Kid Makes Bowties For Shelter Dogs To Help Find Them Home

Not all heroes wear capes, some of them wear bow ties! All we need in this world is kindness and compassion, even if it lies in small things. And when young people set an example and invest their time and talent into making the world a better place, you can say what you want but the faith in millennials is restored right there.

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Meet Sir Darius Brown: an enterprising 12-year-old boy who’s already the CEO of his own company! This incredible company makes stylish bowties for both people and animals.

Despite his young age, Darius Brown has found a way to use his talents for the betterment of animal lives. To help our furry companions get adopted faster, he creates handmade bow ties for shelter cats and dogs to get the attention of possible owners.

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Animal shelters often encounter the issue of  cramped space due to the number of cats and dogs that are rescued and surrendered but never find a forever home The 12-year-old boy from New Jersey is aware of this problem, so he decided to do something about it.

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Darius’ big heart and determination were influenced by the obstacles that he himself had to overcome. When Darius was two years old, the little boy was diagnosed with speech, comprehension, and fine motor skills delay.

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