Kofi is a senior pup in Dallas, Texas, looking for his forever home. JCPenney is partnering with local shelters to help adoptable old dogs find their forever homes.
The giant retailer is taking its well-known JCPenney-style portraits of the dogs. So interested adopters can step forward to help animals in need.
Kofi is a spaniel mix at the Dallas Pets Alive organization in Dallas, Texas, and he desperately needs a home.
Kofi is looking for a forever home. So he can spend the last chapter of his life.
According to the organization, he is well-behaved and considered docile. He is entirely content with sitting quietly beside his new owner.
Kofi is soft and silky.
Kofi has a black-and-gold coloring. And his fur is said to be silky soft, making him an easy dog to keep petting.
He weighs roughly 35 pounds and enjoys walking, Fox News Digital is told.
“We’re excited to give the senior dogs in these shelters their chance to shine.”
He also gets along well with others, so having other pets or children in the house could be good for him.
Kofi is spayed, neutered, microchipped, and up-to-date on all vaccines.
He is complete in the new campaign.
He is just one of the many dogs in JCPenney’s’ new campaign about shelter dogs and JCPenney Portraits by Lifetouch.
Bill Cunningham, JCPenney’s vice president of marketing strategy, said the occasion is unique for many reasons.
“We’re excited to give the senior dogs in these shelters. People are often less likely to adopt them since they are older in age. We want to encourage customers to cooperate with their local communities to improve animal lives.
The partnership runs from Jan. 24 through Feb. 28. Those interested can visit JCP.com to see new adoptable pets … and some adorable portraits.
JC Penney will also donate $1,000. Each of the ten shelters with which it has a good partnership also helps animals find homes.
The shelters are located in 10 cities around the country: Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Louisville, Miami, Orlando, Philadelphia, and Phoenix.
For more information on Kofi, anyone interested can visit dallaspetsalive.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Brittany Kasko is a lifestyle production assistant with Fox News Digital.