(WSVN) - A young boy from New Jersey is helping shelter animals look good to get adopted.

Twelve-year-old Darius Brown, the CEO of Beaux and Paws, makes bow ties by hand for shelter animals in an effort to help them find forever homes.

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Meet some of my new Furry Friends wearing their 4th of July Bow tie handmade by me! They look PAW-some!!!! Swipe left👈🏽 . 1st pic – Walter 2nd pic Top L-R: Callan & Quinn Middle L-R: Rico & Geist Bottom L-R: Bogart & Rowdy 3rd pic – Jude . . . . #dapperdog #divadog #debonairdog #dogmodel #4thofjulydogs #4thofjuly #keepdogssafe #bowtie #dogs #dogsofinstagram #designer #fashion #dogfashion #beauxandpaws #sirdariusbrown #fureverhome #foreverhome #fosterdog #ilovedogs #pawsomemission #sirdariusbrown

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Photos of dogs and cats wearing the bow ties have gathered attention on social media.

With every purchase of a bow tie, Darius makes a donation to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

Darius has created a GoFundMe to help raise money for his mission. To donate, click here.

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