From April 15th to May 25th we are hoping to get our feline numbers down, because kitten season is right around the corner. We are offering our cats FREE (donations are always welcome, of course) to qualified applicants. We prefer INDOOR cats ONLY and responsible ownership. Please feel free to stop by, adopt, and give one of our purr-fect felines a new home.
Pet of the Month
Louise came to Adirondack Save-A-Stray with her sister Thelma. They were two little stray kitties that some lovely people gave shelter to. They called us to see if we could take them in because they were so sweet and loving. Louise's sister Thelma was adopted a few days ago and now she is alone. She is the sweetestest, most loving lap cat there has ever been. Please come and meet her at our shelter. She would make a wonderful companion for any family.
Adirondack Save-A-Stray is a non for profit, 501c, no kill shelter. We have been rescuing and saving lives for over 25 years. We survive on the kindness of others and contributions to keep our doors open and help us continue the work we do. Many of the animals come from high kill shelters that still use the gas chamber and lethal injection. We receive no state, federal or local funding so donations and fund raising events make up 100% of our income. Adirondack Save-A-Stray takes in stray, abandoned, abused and unwanted animals, as well as rescuing animals from around the country and surrounding areas. We always try to give back back, whether it be through out pet food bank, low cost veterinary clinic, pet referral website, community education, adoptions and much, much more. The lives we save and the people we help are directly impacted by our efforts. What is it that keeps us going? Our love for animals, the response from happy adopters, pictures, smiles and your support that pours into the shelter everyday.
Adirondack Save-A-Stray has a low cost wellness and veterinary clinic every Wednesday. Dr. Kimberly Eilis is the attending veterinarian. We offer a complete wellness clinic which includes: vaccinations, parasite control, Heartworm testing, Lyme Disease testing, Feline Leukemia testing, flea control, and more. In our desire to control the pet population we now offer feline cat neuter on Wednesday mornings. We are committed to make a difference with the feline pet overpopulation problem. We are open to the public whether you adopt an animal from Adirondack Save-A-Stray or elsewhere even previously owned pets. We encourage you to call to make an appointment. Please call at 518-654-6220. You will find that we are very affordably priced and in this economy we have been very well received.
We currently house over 100 cats, several adult dogs and many, many litters of puppies for you to adopt as your new friend and family member. Our goal is to find forever homes and make happy unions. We strive to place the right pet with the best home possible. Please consider the long term commitment and responsibility that is involved before adopting. With each adoption you receive shots, wormings, a coupon towards the spay or neuter, first month of heartworm preventative or one month of flea and tick control, a DVD on training valued at $30.00, an herbal bath and free gifts for your new pet.
Requirements for adoption: You must be 21 years of age or older. Home owners are preferred but we do adopt out to renters if they provide a lease showing pets are allowed and contact information for your landlord. All animals adopted must live inside the home. People who want an outdoor animal, that will live in a dog house or roaming the streets, need not apply.
Adirondack Save-A-Stray is an entirely volunteer animal organization, Volunteers are always welcome. We need all the help that we can get with volunteers as well as monetary donations, food and litter for the pets we care for at our shelter. We survive solely on donations and the kindness of others. Again we want to inform you that we receive no federal, state, or local funding. Your contributions through Pay Pal go directly to saving lives at the shelter. We realize these are hard economic times, but during hard times its' the animals who suffer. We cannot forget the most helpless of family members, our companion animals. Adirondack Save-A-Stray is a wonderful non-kill animal shelter. All you have to do is look into an animals eyes and know they want to live. We are their SECOND LEASE ON LIFE!
Adirondack Save-A-Stray sells various rescue, car magnets and pet guardian angel pendants for a small donation.
Thank you for making many tails wag and hearts purr!
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We are open 7 days a week.
Sunday-Monday 11:30 am-4:00pm.
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