Adopt a Petmeet your new best friend
If you’re ready to welcome a new pet into your heart and home, our Matchmakers are ready to help you find the perfect fit. Whether you’re looking for a young’n or an adult, a cat or dog, someone small or large, a play partner or napping buddy, we’re sure you will find your new best friend at The NOAH Center.
cats & kittens
Meow! Check out all of our currently available kitties, learn more about the adoption process for cats, view adoption fees and find cat related resources.
dogs & puppies
Woof! Head here to meet all of our currently available dogs and puppies, learn how to adopt one, find their adoption fees, and find related resources.
Step 1: View Available Animals
We recommend first viewing our available animals on our website and then coming in to see them in person. As animals are adopted and more arrive, our available friends are constantly changing. If you’re looking for a certain size, age, or breed, keeping a close eye on our website can save you some trips into the Adoption Center.
Step 2: Meet With A Matchmaker
Once you’ve found someone you’re interested in adopting, the next step is to meet with an Adoptions Matchmaker and complete an Adoption Interview. This step helps to determine if the pet you are interested in adopting is a good fit for your family and visa versa.
Step 3: Meet & Greets
Your Adoption Interview went well and it seems that your family may be a good match for the friend you’re wanting to adopt, congratulations! Now it’s time for all of the family members to meet the furry friend. If you’re interested in adopting a new dog or puppy, we recommend bringing any other dogs who will be living in the home to make sure they get along.
Step 4: Complete Adoption Paperwork
It’s a match! Once your meet and greets are finished and everyone seems happy, we’ll head back to complete the final adoption paperwork. This takes about 30 minutes, and only the main point of contact needs to be present.
Step 5: Head Home With Your New Friend!
Everything is finalized and your new friend is officially YOURS! Congratulations!
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