June, an 8-9year old female bulldog takes her ease stretching out on the cool office floor of Stephanie Kirby, background, volunteer coordinator for the Animal Protection Society of Durham Wednesday morning, July 2, 2014. The Animal Protection Society offices are in the Durham County Animal Shelter complex at 2117 E. Club Boulevard in east Durham, NC. June was Kirby's choice of the day to get one adoptable shelter dog out of their kennel and into her more spacious office at least once a day, plus the occasional outdoor bathroom break or walk. The APS of Durham recently started enlisting volunteers in a dog and cat fostering program on weekends when adoptable animals can be taken out for a walk or the weekend to get them out of their kennels and cages making for more well-adjusted adoptees.
June, an 8-9year old female bulldog takes her ease stretching out on the cool office floor of Stephanie Kirby, background, volunteer coordinator for the Animal Protection Society of Durham Wednesday morning, July 2, 2014. The Animal Protection Society offices are in the Durham County Animal Shelter complex at 2117 E. Club Boulevard in east Durham, NC. June was Kirby's choice of the day to get one adoptable shelter dog out of their kennel and into her more spacious office at least once a day, plus the occasional outdoor bathroom break or walk. The APS of Durham recently started enlisting volunteers in a dog and cat fostering program on weekends when adoptable animals can be taken out for a walk or the weekend to get them out of their kennels and cages making for more well-adjusted adoptees. hlynch@newsobserver.com
June, an 8-9year old female bulldog takes her ease stretching out on the cool office floor of Stephanie Kirby, background, volunteer coordinator for the Animal Protection Society of Durham Wednesday morning, July 2, 2014. The Animal Protection Society offices are in the Durham County Animal Shelter complex at 2117 E. Club Boulevard in east Durham, NC. June was Kirby's choice of the day to get one adoptable shelter dog out of their kennel and into her more spacious office at least once a day, plus the occasional outdoor bathroom break or walk. The APS of Durham recently started enlisting volunteers in a dog and cat fostering program on weekends when adoptable animals can be taken out for a walk or the weekend to get them out of their kennels and cages making for more well-adjusted adoptees. hlynch@newsobserver.com

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