A very special mini-episode of Queer Eye was released on April 30 to mark the Adopt A Shelter Pet Day in the UK. The fab 5 did a makeover to a three-year-old dog named Lacey to make her more attractive for her potential mew family. Lacey, who is part corgi, part beagle, and possibly part Basset Hound, was rescued in Tennessee, where she was facing the possibility of euthanasia. She lives at North Shore Animal League America’s no-kill animal rescue and adoption shelter, where she is up for adoption. The Fab Five all employed their individual talents for Lacey, just as they would for any other hero, with Bobby Berk pulling off some interior design tricks to make her dog bed feel like a home. Haircare expert Jonathan Van Ness revealed a “gorgeous coconut oil based paw cream” for Lacey, while Tan France picked a new collar and leash for her, insisting that clothes for dogs are overrated. Antoni Porowski cooked her peanut butter cookies and Karamo Brown talked to her to dispel her fears. And at the end of the episode Lacey found a new home.