94.7 QDR wants to help homeless animals around the Triangle find fur-ever homes and that’s why we started Fursdays!
Each week we will feature a local pet up for adoption through one of the amazing rescue organizations around the area.
We are so happy that our Fursday pup from last week was adopted and this week we have Mosley who is staying with the Animal Protection Society of Durham.
Looking for a Netflix and chill pup? This is your guy!!
Mosley is a distinguished older dog who has a very sweet temperament. He just wants to be with you and would be a great fit for a retired couple or as an office dog. He’s all about the pets! His profile on the Animal Protection Society of Durham page says, “Oh hi there, people call me Mosely because that’s what I do. I’m a low-key guy but I’m as ready to make friends and play as I am to sit and relax together, especially if you pet me. Please pet me. I like attention and food and pets and am happiest when I am with my people. If you want someone who will always wag when you come home maybe pet- I mean meet me.”
You can see his full profile by clicking here!
Meet Mosley who is staying with the Animal Protection Society of Durham
If you can’t adopt a fur baby but still want to help, the Animal Protection Society of Durham has two fun events coming up that you can attend!
Join The Animal Protection Society of Durham at their 3rd annual Pints for Paws craft beverage event, sample a selection of local beverages from Durham-based craft brewers and vendors, and have a great time while benefiting Animal Protection Society of Durham. Enjoy live music, local food trucks, and bring your crowd-friendly dogs (on leash of course!) to our unique family-friendly event. 100% of the proceeds will benefit Animal Protection Society of Durham to care for animals in need.
Click the picture to buy your tickets!
Grab a leash and join Animal Protection Society of Durham Saturday, May 23, 2020, 9 am-1 pm, and Walk For The Animals, at Duke University East Campus, at the corner of Main Street and Campus Drive, Durham, NC 27705, for the 1.5 mile walk around Duke University East Campus to raise funds to help homeless animals in Durham. Click the picture to sign up to walk or volunteer!