In this newsletter, you’ll get to explore fun info about… Walk For The Animals Outsider Art Cool videos Amazing animals (like Treat and her peeps here!) The moving story about Phoebe, Legolas, and their resilience against all odds Upcoming events Volunteer Spotlight and more! Just click here to read!
The Humane Society of the United States – North Carolina Chapter came to us looking for a senior pet to profile, we knew just who to pick! Badger, our Pet of the Week, is a senior dog looking for the right home to rest in. The Humane Society wanted to profile him in honor of … Continued
Rescue Project Racing is a local cycling group dedicated to making a difference in the lives of animals. Recently, they completed a 40 mile ride that ended at Durham Central Park, where APS had a booth at the Makrs Society pop up market. They raffled off cycling gear to benefit APS. It was a great … Continued
Can you believe it? You broke APS records for adoptions for the past three months, including a whopping 173 adoptions in February alone! We hope you enjoy this video montage of Going Home photos! Let’s keep it up Durham! Can we do it again in March? Be sure to check out all our … Continued
Recently theater company Durham Savoyards came to APS with a fun idea and we couldn’t say no! Their upcoming show is the famous “Pirates of Penzance”. If you aren’t familiar with the show, the Pirates are not very good pirates — one of the reasons is because they refuse to rob anyone who claims to … Continued
Are you ready to save more lives? We are and here is how! For years, Durham County ordinances have restricted how APS of Durham is able to interact with community cats, also referred to as feral cats. Because these cats are very skittish of people, extremely independent and live outdoors on their own, they are … Continued
As a supporter of the Animal Protection Society of Durham, you know how hard we work to keep animals safe in our community. Today, we’d like to tell you a story about one special animal that recently came into our care—and how we were able to connect him with a new life and a loving … Continued