Due to the ongoing COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, the Furry Scurry will now be a virtual walk! More info and details coming soon.
“When you register for Furry Scurry, you’ll have a great time and feel good knowing you’re helping animals in need,” said Dr. Apryl Steele, president and CEO of the Dumb Friends League. “Money raised at this event helps us provide warm shelter, medical care, behavior training and more to the 21,000 homeless pets and horses that come through our doors this year.”
Early-bird registration is only $45 for adults and $25 for children 12 and younger. Prices increase on March 1 and May 1, so anyone interested in participating is encouraged to register early.
Visit furryscurry.org to register today before prices increase or to learn more about the event.
The 2020 Furry Scurry is made possible by our community partners, including lead sponsors Hill’s Pet Nutrition, Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard, HomeAgain, and PetFirst Pet Insurance. Businesses interested in sponsoring the event should contact the Dumb Friends League for more information.
Working with our compassionate community, we will end pet homelessness and animal suffering.
When our organization was founded in 1910, it was named after a London, England, animal welfare group called “Our Dumb Friends League.” In those days, the term “dumb” was widely used to refer to animals because they lacked the power of human speech. Today, the Dumb Friends League, headquartered in Denver, is the largest community-based animal welfare organization in the Rocky Mountain region—providing a strong, compassionate and steadfast voice for those who cannot speak for themselves.
The Dumb Friends League is an independent, local, nonprofit organization. We are not an affiliate of any national animal welfare organizations.
As part of a compassionate community, we:
- Rescue sick, injured and neglected animals
- Investigate cases of neglect and mistreatment
- Provide shelter, veterinary care, and behavior and training programs to homeless companion animals and horses
- Adopt homeless pets and horses to new homes
- Reduce pet overpopulation through mobile spay and neuter projects in underserved areas
- Offer learning opportunities for the public to keep more pets in homes
- Educate children and adults about animals and their needs