Come out for the Furry Scurry!

In 2013 through your generous donations Peanut, Rottie and I participated in the Denver Dumb Friends League’s Furry Scurry. I was thinking that we should form a team this Year! I’m not sure what to call it but leave your best idea in the comments section. The Muttly Misfits? Once we have a name all us local Denverites can log on to their website and join the team. We can meet up in Washington Park on May 2nd and walk the 2 mile path together, with our furry friends.

Peanut and Rottie

Here’s some information about the event.

Furry Scurry website

Why Walk?

The Dumb Friends League Furry Scurry has become a tradition for many Denver area residents. The annual two-mile walk for animals takes place at Denver’s Washington Park on the first Saturday in May. As the Dumb Friends League’s largest annual fundraiser, more than 12,000 people and 5,000 dogs join us for the walk and raise funds for the homeless pets in our care.

Your registration and participation in the Furry Scurry helps care for more than 20,000 homeless pets that come into our shelters each year. Funds raised at this event allow the Dumb Friends League to provide medical care to sick or injured animals, provide behavior training that allows pets to be adopted more quickly, investigate cases of animal cruelty, and much more. Join us on May 2 to celebrate the wonderful pets in your life and to help those who are still waiting to find their forever family.

EVENT INFO

Furry Scurry participants enjoy refreshments, contests, demonstrations and more than 150 pet-related sponsors and vendors at our “Flea-less Market.” Whether you’re looking for the latest innovations in pet toys or a tasty treat from a local food truck, you can find it all at the Furry Scurry.

We’re celebrating the 22nd annual Furry Scurry on Saturday, May 2, 2015!

 

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Melanie
Melanie

A Colorado native, Melanie enjoys snowboarding, hiking, and lunch on a patio with a cold beer. She spent the majority of her adult life racing cars for a living but moved back home to Colorado and now works as a Realtor.