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31300 Brandstrom Road
Stanwood, WA 98292
One hour north of Seattle
Take I-5, exit 215, 300th St.
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The NOAH Center Has Been Selected to Participate in the 2014 ASPCA Rachael Ray $100K Challenge

Help The NOAH Center win the $100K Challenge
The NOAH Center is participating in the ASPCA Rachael Ray $100K Challenge and we’re chomping at the bit to start saving more dogs and cats than our shelter ever has before. If we can do that this June, July and August – we could win from $5,000 to $100,000 from the ASPCA. You’ve been an important part of our life-saving work up to now. Now, together, we can save even more lives and win this competition. Here are a few things you can do to support us:

  • Please vote for The NOAH Center every day until August 31st at
  • Follow us on Facebook:
  • Follow us on Twitter: @thenoahcenter
  • Send everyone you know to our page of adoptable dogs and cats –
  • Come to our June 1st Kick Off event as well as check our website for other events along the way.
  • Volunteer at The NOAH Center
  • Foster an animal to get him or her ready for adoption
  • Sponsor a Spay/Neuter Day or an adoption event – contact Lani at for more details.
  • Spread the word that we’re trying to save hundreds more lives. Ask your friends, family and colleagues to come adopt a dog or cat (or both!)

With your help, we could win anywhere from $5,000 to $125,000. And every life saved is the most important win of all!

About the ASPCA Rachael Ray $100K Challenge
The $100K Challenge is a contest in which 50 shelters across the country compete to break their own records saving the lives of animals. Throughout the months of June, July and August 2014, each competing shelter must save more dogs, cats, puppies and kittens than they did during the same three months in 2013. Learn more about the Challenge here:

Please consider making a donation toThe NOAH Center to support our efforts to save more lives this summer through Give Direct.

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12th Annual Music for the Animals Auction & Concert Success!

The 2014 Music For The Animals Benefit Auction & Concert is all wrapped up for another year and we couldn’t be more happy with the results!  This year’s event was attended by a packed room of NOAH supporters and from the moment the doors opened, laughter and excitement filled the air. We are so proud to announce that this year’s Music For The Animals Auction raised a total of $302,617! Here is a link to the pictures from the event:

The NOAH Center would like to thank everyone that came out to the event and helped us make this year’s Music For The Animals the most successful auction to date.

We couldn't of done this event without our wonderful sponsors!! The NOAH Center would like to thank the following businesses for their support to the animals:
Northern Trust
Schultz Family Foundation
McAdams Wright Ragen Inc.
Kibble & Prentice

World Spay Day 2014
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As part of the international Spay Day campaign, The NOAH Center, along with local partner shelters and local veterinary clinics in Snohomish, King, Island and Skagit Counties participated in this year's World Spay Day on February 25th & 26th. NOAH was able to offer low-cost spay and neuter surgeries to individuals with pets in the community. The NOAH Center's Clinic team performed 15 dog & 72 cat spay/neuter surgeries. This annual effort helps end the suffering of unwanted and homeless animals in our community by preventing unplanned litters. Spaying and neutering is good for the community and a great way to help our furry friend’s live longer, healthier lives!

History of World Spay Day

NOAH celebrates 60,000 Spay/Neuter Surgeries!

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September 7th 2013 marked a significant day in the history of The NOAH Center’s Clinic.  We performed our 60,000th spay/neuter surgery and we couldn’t be more excited about it.  We would like to thank Erika, Anna, Dr. Birkett and our entire clinic team for all of the hard work over these past 10 years.  Without their impassioned work over these years, we wouldn’t be able to save as many lives and continue to serve our mission of stopping the euthanasia of healthy, adoptable and treatable homeless dogs and cats in Washington State. 

How you can help:
The foster program needs supplies. Consider donating items like:

  • A Snuggle Kitty - Snuggle Kitties are wonderful for orphaned kittens, helps simulate the feel and comfort of a mother cat. Find them at
  • Kitten Milk Replacer - 12 or 28 ounce powder formula, or 8 ounce liquid formula. find it at
  • Max Kitten Canned Food (no seafood)
  • Royal Canin Kitten Food
  • Large bath towels
  • Fleece Blankets or Material
  • Tidy Cat Litter
  • Petmate Indoor Pet Heating Pads- 9x9 small size. Find them at

Become a Foster Care Volunteer!
Becoming a Foster Parent requires attending a Volunteer Orientation & Foster Care Training 101. For more information or to attend the class, please call (360) 629-7055.
Click here for more about our Foster Program.


Spay/Neuter News

Support a Statewide Spay/Neuter Program

Pet Friendly license plates are now available for purchase statewide at all vehicle-licensing offices. Sales will benefit a statewide spay and neuter program. Click here to find out how to get yours.


Spay/Neuter Legislation in Washington State

The following is from Visit their website to learn how you can help get this important legislation passed.

In Washington State, a survey of shelters revealed that over 60,000 cats and dogs were reported euthanized in Washington shelters in 2005. The number of animals actually euthanized is higher, since only one third of the survey recipients responded. Between 2001 and 2005, large shelters that consistently responded to the survey reported euthanizing between 45 and 48 percent of the animals brought to them each year. The euthanasia rate has remained at these levels for the last several years.

The Sensible Solution
Spay/Neuter. The most effective and humane way to reduce the number of animals dying in shelters is a targeted, statewide spay/neuter program.
We need spay/neuter legislation to save animals' lives. Learn more about the crisis of animal homelessness and the draft bill to help address this urgent problem. Let us know that you'll join us to get a bill passed in the 2009 legislative session.
The purpose of the bill is to provide funding to assist low-income owners of cats and dogs to obtain affordable spay/neuter surgeries, and to provide for spay/neuter surgeries on feral and free-roaming cats. The bill does not make spay/neuter surgery mandatory.