The shelter’s director told Fox 18 KLJB it all started when they put one dog, Buster Brown, in a chair while guarding the front desk during the day.
"We have Buster Brown behind the desk and he kept sitting in our chairs with us and there wasn't room,” Director Erin Buckmaster said. “We really thought the chair was too big behind the desk but he's loved it.”
Buckmaster said their so-called guard dog loved the chair so much, they wanted the other dogs to experience that same joy.
"So we thought it would be a good idea if they all got a chair," said Buckmaster.
And while the shelter hosts a number of dogs, they wanted to make sure their cats were able to feel right at home with an armchair, too.
(source Fox News)