Building a Pawsitive Future
After seventeen years and over 117,000 spay/neuter surgeries, 45,000 adoptions, and countless life-saving medical treatments, The NOAH Center has outgrown our current spay & neuter clinic! Upon opening in 2003, we built our clinic with the capacity to perform up to three thousand surgeries a year. Fast forward to 2019, where we provided 10,073 animals with spay and neuter surgeries. We never imagined just how much the demand for our program would grow and how many people and their pets would come to rely on us.
About The NOAH Center’s clinic:
- Our clinic is open to low-income families at affordable and subsidizes fees
- We provide spay/neuter surgeries to every animal that is available through our adoption center
- Our medical team provides critical care to homeless dogs and cats
- We partner with over 20 other non-profit animal welfare organizations to provide spay/neuter services to surrounding communities
As one of the only high-quality, high-volume spay/neuter clinics in Washington State, our current clinic space is not equipped to keep up with all of the families and organizations that depend on us. This expansion is needed now more than ever so that we can continue to increase our services and make a positive impact in our communities.
We need to raise 2 million dollars to make this happen and thanks to a very generous donor, we are already 1/4 of the way to our goal. Can we count on you to help us Build a Pawsitive Future by making a gift today?