Animal rescue began many years ago for me. As far back as I can remember animals of all shapes and sizes have been a central part of my life. It all started with dogs and cats then on to wildlife; squirrels, bunnies, opossums, birds, skunks, ferrets and prairie dogs. This is something so near and dear to my heart that I can't imagine ever not being there to give aid to a animals in need. Because of this, I decided to take the plunge, make it official, and start up a non-profit animal rescue. In doing this, I am hopeful that with the support of others who care I will be able to help even more animals that have been abandoned, abused or neglected. Generally the animals that end up in my care are those that have been left to fend for themselves and would wind up starving on the streets. In most cases these animals are in need of immediate medical care. The rescues come in for various reasons, some are abandoned on the streets, and some are abandoned at medical facilities because the owners chose to euthanise rather than pay for treatment, and then there are some who have been severely abused by their previous owners. Almost all of the animals are scarred. Some are visible scars from beatings and medical procedures and then some scars are on the inside where they are kept in a special place for no one to see. Whatever the case, NOAH Animal Rescue is dedicated to providing assistance and placement to animals of all kinds, no matter what the circumstances. In addition I tend to fight for the underdog so pit bull education has become very important to me. Pit bulls are hard to place, as is a mixed breed dog, so I face many challenges everyday. NOAH Animal Rescue Inc. is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) and we need funds to cover medical, boarding, food, and needs of animals, which would otherwise be euthanized.
Adoption Fees are different for different types of animals, this includes all vaccines and spay/neuter.
Adoption Applications are done to find the best match for the animal, after a application is approved you sign a contract and it's done.