The NOAH Center

Building a bond for life
The NOAH Center is a nonprofit Animal Adoption Center and Spay & Neuter Clinic dedicated to stopping the euthanasia of healthy, adoptable, and treatable homeless cats and dogs through our adoption and low-cost spay/neuter programs. 

Adopt A Pet

Spay/Neuter Clinic

Volunteer or Foster

A Comprehensive Approach

The NOAH Center is working to end the euthanasia of healthy and adoptable pets. We believe that the companionship of a furry friend is priceless, and are here to help make it a possibility for all. We have saved the lives of over 45,000 homeless cats and dogs, matching them with their forever homes, and provided spay and neuter surgeries for well over 130,000 pets.

We’re making a difference for animals in need, and their families. Join us.

Music for the Animals

Head out to the beautiful Bertelsen Winery on August 12th and spend the evening with The NOAH Center, enjoying live music by Herding Cats and raising money for our important mission.

Donate Pet Food!

We are in constant need of pet food, and you can help! If you would like to donate food for our homeless animals, head to our wishlist to learn more about how to give!

Upcoming Events

Music for the animals

AUG 12, 2022 | TBD | $125

Bertelsen Winery, Mount Vernon

Music for the Animals is our most enchanting evening out, full of great company, live music, delicious wines, and more. This event is in the planning phases, but we hope to see you this coming August!



OCT 21, 2023 | 11-2 pm | $30+

Anacortes & Arlington

Come out for spooky family fun in both Anacortes and Arlington this year! This shorter version of our fun event will feature a photo booth, costume contest, vendors in the park, and doggy trick-or-treating. Join us!


Building a pawsitive future: capital campaign

Our current Spay & Neuter Clinic needs your help! When originally designed, the Clinic expected to perform around 2,500 spay and neuter surgeries per year, but we complete well over 8,000 annually and we’re busting at the seams. We’re raising 3 million dollars to build a new, thoughtfully designed, and state-of-the-art high-volume spay and neuter clinic, but we need YOUR help to see this important vision become a reality.


Read about our work via articles written by our own team.