The N.O.A.H. Center is a new state-of-the-art animal adoption facility that opened in May of 2003 where the lives of over 5,000 dogs and cats have been saved. Different from any other animal adoption facility in the state and unique in the entire country, the N.O.A.H. Center stands out among other animal welfare organizations.
Our customer friendly environment is designed to make the animals and the adopters comfortable and feel like guests. With programs geared towards “Building a Bond for Life” between pets and their families by offering: • Low-cost spay/neuter services and free feral cat spay/neuters in our veterinary clinic and surgical suite. • Interactive classes and pet training within our 4,800 square foot training building. • Approximately 60 animals on site available for adoption - each rescued from death-row of other area animal shelters. • Glassed in Dog Suites with heated floors, home mimicking furniture, and access to the outdoors. • Open room Cat Colony with sun porch allowing adopters to interact with adoptive cats directly. • Grooming facilities allowing for every Center animal to be clean and appealing to adopters. • Wilderness walking trails throughout our 17 acres of beautiful forests and 2 Off-Leash Play Areas where the public is invited to walk their dogs with other pet lovers.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Monday through Friday 11 AM - 6 PM Saturday and Sunday 11 AM - 5 PM
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption Fees include distemper vaccinations, Microchip Identification, Spay or Neuter, Collar and ID tag. Cats adoptions include a cat carrier and start at only $100 - adoptions are based on compatibility using "Meet Your Match".
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