Two years ago, Jan Brown left her job so she could spend all of her time helping rescued Greyhounds — by knitting them sweaters. Brown, who lives in England, has now spent more than 4,000 hours creating wooly clothing for the dogs. “Making coats and jumpers for these dogs saves the rescue homes a lot of money that can be better spent saving more dogs off the streets and feeding them,” she said. She said it’s “really sweet” seeing the Greyhounds in their “festive Christmas jumpers.” Brown sells coats for Greyhounds through her business Knitted With Love, and the money she makes there goes toward buying materials and paying for postage to send the sweaters to rescues. — Read it at People Pets