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“Frido always seeks attention and is very playful and curious,” his foster parent says. “He’s not much of a cuddler, but he is even-tempered and likes to engage with people. He doesn’t like to be held for a long period of time, but he loves to head-butt you with affection.”

Spring through early fall is known as “kitten season” because the warm weather acts as a catalyst for bringing female cats into heat, usually every three weeks. While this rush of kittens can be very adorable, it also means APS needs lots of kitten foster parents and adopters! Are you interested in fostering or adopting a kitten this season? Visit apsofdurham.org/ how-you-can-help/foster to fill out a kitten foster application or apsofdurham.org/cats to see currently available kittens! 

Adoption fees for cats are $95 and $50 for the second cat when adopting two together. Dog adoption fees range from $100 to $175. Fees for other animals vary. The shelter, located at 2117 E. Club Blvd., is limiting shelter traffic to appointment-only visits for surrenders and lost pet searches. Send an email to adopt@apsofdurham.org if you are interested in adopting any of the animals in foster care. For more information, visit apsofdurham.org.

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