The NOAH Center

Great dogs and cats await you!
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Our Volunteers are Pet Heroes!

Low cost spay/neuter, open 7 days a week! Feral cats free!

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Open 7 days a week!
Mon-Fri: 11am - 6pm
Sat-Sun: 11am-5pm
(Closed major holidays)

31300 Brandstrom Road
Stanwood, WA 98292
One hour north of Seattle
Take I-5, exit 215, 300th St.
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Call and We'll answer the phone! No voicemail!
ph: (360) 629-7055
fax: (360) 629-9923

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N.O.A.H. is a 501c3, non-profit organization, and is supported solely by donations. All monetary and in-kind contributions are tax deductible as allowed by law.

Our Adoption Program

We have the perfect companion for you! Click Here to View our current list of adoptable pets.

Current Adoption Fees: 

  • Adult Cats (over 6 months) Onsite - $30
  • Adult Cats (over 6 months) Offsite - $40
  • Kittens (under 6 months) $100
    Second Kitten adopted same day will be $50
  • Adult Dogs (over 6 months) - $150
  • Puppies (under 6 months) - $350

We accept VISA, MC, Discover, checks and cash. We cannot accept American Express cards.

All Adoptions include:

  • Spay or Neuter surgery
  • Distemper Combination Vaccinations
  • Rabies (animals over 4 months)
  • Micro-chip Identification
  • Collar & N.O.A.H. ID Tag
  • Cardboard cat carriers for cat adoptions
  • Well pet exam voucher

Adoption Promotion: Seniors 60 years and older who adopt a Senior pet who is 8 years or older will receive $50 per adoption. This promotion is good for everyday of the week.

****We require dog-to-dog introductions, so please bring any dogs currently living in your home.  A trained staff person will assist with the introduction.  Owned dogs are not allowed into the dog kennel area so please bring a friend to stay with your dog while you come view our adoptable dogs.

Upon arriving at N.O.A.H. dogs immediately start manners training through our in-house training program. Taught mainly by specially trained volunteers, the manners training is designed to better prepare the dogs for their new home. The training also benefits the dogs by offering stimulation and human interaction during their stay at N.O.A.H..  Cats for adoption at N.O.A.H. enjoy the luxury of an open-room cat colony and an outside sun porch. With volunteers whose only job is to nurture the cats, this low-stress area is a welcome reprieve for the cats that come to N.O.A.H..

About our Adoption Program:

Since opening in May 2003, over 20,000 dogs and cats have entered our program and been given a new opportunity for a loving home through our adoption program.  All of our animals come from overcrowded animal shelters.  Once the animals come to N.O.A.H. they will never be euthanized due of lack of space!

We typically adopt 3,000 dogs and cats per year with a 5-10 day average length of stay.

Unable to be adopted at the first shelter and considered by many as "hard to adopt" because of age, coat color, breed, or size, these deserving animals are now enriching the lives of N.O.A.H. adopters.

As a constant source of support and relief for our many partner shelters, we have demonstrated the benefits of partnerships to help animals.

Pets from our adoption program have graced the homes of people in 20 of the 39 Washington state counties, 12 other states, and British Columbia, Canada.

We have cats available for adoption at various locations!

Jones & Company, 1340 State St., Marysville, (360)658-7817
Petsmart in Marysville, 3721 116th St., Marysville, (360)651-2471
Petco in Everett, 1203 SE Everett Mall Way Suite F, (425) 290-6533

Petco in Lynwood, 2617 196th St SW, Lynwood, (425) 637-7060

Cat Adoption fee at offsite locations is $40

Barn Buddies
Cats Who Play All Day

We are looking for cat lovers who have a barn, secure outside structures, or an indoor/outdoor home and are interested in adopting friendly cats prefer a life that is not strictly inside of a house. These great cats are the safest way to control the rodent population in your barn or on your property. Not only does it save you time and money of calling an exterminator, they are also fun to watch. Don't forget you would be saving a life. These cats are a wonderful asset to have on any property, and have been altered and are current on their vaccinations. 

If you are interested in adopting, please contact Lani Kurtz at (360) 629-7055 or click the link to send an email.