Foster Takeovers: Suzi and Seemingly!

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: Jodie & Trevor

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

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

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!

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

Cooper (Laker – Adopted 2019)

You don’t need an intricate story to tell a good Happy Tail. This one’s short but oh so sweet.   In September 2019, Carla adopted Cooper (formerly Laker) from the APS of Durham. A “pink” personality type, we knew Cooper was a sweet and active puppy who loved to play. While Carla didn’t know what … Continued

Pete (formerly Hazel)

“As I sit here writing this, I am having to convince Hazel (now Pete), who is snuggled up next to me, that drinking my coffee is a bad idea.” It’s the little moments like these that teach us how special our pets are—from the silly quirks like wanting to drink their hooman’s coffee to peeing … Continued