$20 Spay/Neuter Vouchers for Durham Cats & Dogs

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Save Lives! Spay/Neuter your cats and dogs! APS will offer SPAY/NEUTER VOUCHERS for a donation of ONLY $20. Redeemable at a one of our reserved SNAP NC clinics and participating veterinary hospital, made possible in part through grant funding from the Margaret T. Petrie Spaying and Neutering Foundation.  Offer available while resources last. APS staff … Continued

Hank, the gem!

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“We adopted Hank in September of 2014 when he was almost 2 years old. He was heartworm positive, but, to our great delight, we managed to get him through it over the next six months. As so many of us have discovered, our dogs give us so many moments of happiness every day. And Hank is … Continued

Foster Takeovers: Suzi and Seemingly!

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Foster takeovers are first hand stories from our APS volunteers introducing their foster pets and telling us their fostering journey.   “Hi everyone! I’m Suzi, and these are my favorite boys Rumble and Seemingly. We are taking over APS Social Media today so that you can get to know Seemingly! Seemingly is the third cat … Continued

Foster Takeovers: Rebecca, Jorge, and Sophia foster Frido!

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Foster takeovers are first hand stories from our APS volunteers introducing their foster pets and telling us their fostering journey.   “Hi everyone, we are Rebecca, Jorg and Sophia and we’re taking over the APS social media pages today to introduce you to Frido and show you his foster care journey with us! This was … Continued

Foster Takeovers: Jodie & Trevor

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Welcome to Foster Takeovers! Foster takeovers are first hand stories from our APS volunteers introducing their foster pets and telling us their fostering journey.  First up is our wonderful volunteer Jodie who tells us about her experience fostering Trevor from pickup to adoption!   “Hi everyone, my name is Jodie and I’m an APS foster … Continued

Ringo (Formerly Gaston) is Thriving in his New Home!

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Ringo (formerly known as Gaston) was adopted from APS back in March, and his parents reached out to give us an update on how life is going in his happy new home… “Hello! Just wanted to give you guys an update on our sweet kitty we adopted in March! Ringo (formerly Gaston) is thriving in … Continued

Virtual Community Events

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Welcome to our virtual community events page, where we will feature videos showcasing our adoptable animals and community event partners. We’ve missed seeing everyone out in the community these past few months, but we are thrilled we can still work with our wonderful event partners to introduce you to some of our adoptable animals virtually. … Continued

Lucy (formerly known as Gypsy – adopted April 2020)!

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The pictures shared with us for this APS Happy Tail really speak for themselves. Lucy’s new mom Carey knew that Lucy (previously known as Gypsy) would make the perfect match for her family. Based on these pictures, we would say her family agrees! And so does sweet Lucy! Happy Tails, Lucy! Enjoy your new home!

Bo (formerly known as Chunk) is one of the crew!

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All APS Happy Tails are sweet and special, but some just really melt your heart. Just look at those family photos! Here is what APS alum Bo’s family told us about him… “Chunk, now known as Bo, is settled in and made himself right at home. He enjoys playtime outside with the kids every day … Continued

Melody is the Best Buddy! (Adopted April 2020)

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This APS Happy Tail is short but oh so sweet. Melody’s new mom reached out to us just a few days after her adoption with some adorable photos and an update on life with Melody! She told us “Here is Melody in the first few days in her new home! She is the best dog, … Continued

Pepper (formerly known as Jupiter- adopted April 2020)!

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We love all Happy Tails, but they are even better when they are one of our own! Rachel, a volunteer at APS, recently adopted Jupiter, now known as Pepper! Here is what Rachel shared with us about life with Pepper so far… “Hi everyone! I am a newer volunteer and started earlier this year in … Continued