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April 18  |  Herald staff
NOAH animals looking for homes The NOAH Center is a non-profit, no-kill animal adoption and spay/neuter clinic in Stanwood. NOAH transfers in animals from 31 overcrowded shelters across Washington state, giving them a second chance. They offer family friendly dog and cat adoptions, affordable spay/neuter services for low-income pet owners, free feral cat spay/neuter, volunteer opportunities, pet supply shop, and community off-leash dog play area with a half-mile wilderness walking trail.

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April 14  |  Herald staff
Can you give one of these pets a home? The Everett Animal Shelter hosts thousands of stray and unwanted animals every year. Some are adopted right away, but some sit in the shelter for weeks at a time, waiting for a home. The shelter has dogs and cats, as well as some rabbits and birds, all looking for a loving home.

All pets are vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and given a identifying microchip before they are adopted.

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April 1  |  Herald staff
Can you give one of these pets a home? The Everett Animal Shelter hosts thousands of stray and unwanted animals every year. Some are adopted right away, but some sit in the shelter for weeks at a time, waiting for a home. The shelter has dogs and cats, as well as some rabbits and birds, all looking for a loving home.

All pets are vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and given a identifying microchip before they are adopted.

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March 25  |  Herald staff
NOAH animals looking for homes The NOAH Center is a non-profit, no-kill animal adoption and spay/neuter clinic in Stanwood. NOAH transfers in animals from 31 overcrowded shelters across Washington state, giving them a second chance. They offer family friendly dog and cat adoptions, affordable spay/neuter services for low-income pet owners, free feral cat spay/neuter, volunteer opportunities, pet supply shop, and community off-leash dog play area with a half-mile wilderness walking trail.

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March 19  |  Herald staff
Can you give one of these pets a home? The Everett Animal Shelter hosts thousands of stray and unwanted animals every year. Some are adopted right away, but some sit in the shelter for weeks at a time, waiting for a home. The shelter has dogs and cats, as well as some rabbits and birds, all looking for a loving home.

All pets are vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and given a identifying microchip before they are adopted.

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March 3  |  Herald staff
Can you give one of these pets a home? The Everett Animal Shelter hosts thousands of stray and unwanted animals every year. Some are adopted right away, but some sit in the shelter for weeks at a time, waiting for a home. The shelter has dogs and cats, as well as some rabbits and birds, all looking for a loving home.

All pets are vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and given a identifying microchip before they are adopted.

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February 18  |  Herald staff
Can you give one of these pets a home? The Everett Animal Shelter hosts thousands of stray and unwanted animals every year. Some are adopted right away, but some sit in the shelter for weeks at a time, waiting for a home. The shelter has dogs and cats, as well as some rabbits and birds, all looking for a loving home.

All pets are vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and given a identifying microchip before they are adopted.

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February 11  |  Herald staff
'Laugh Your Tail Off' will benefit NOAH The NOAH Center's "Laugh Your Tail Off" comedy show will support the center's efforts to find homes for dogs and cats. NOAH helps place animals from overcrowded shelters into permanent homes and also provides affordable spay and neuter services.

The doors open for the event at 5 p.m. on March 8. It's at the Tulalip Resort & Casino in the Orca Ballroom.

Comedians Ivan Decker, Neil McLaughlin, Jen Seaman, and...

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February 6  |  Herald staff
Shakaroo, one of the Everett Animal Shelter's most popular events, is on Feb. 15 at the Everett Performing Arts Center.

Local reggae/rock band Nigel Mustafa will perform. The event features a pooch parade showing adoptable dogs from the shelter. The dogs will strut their stuff and show off any tricks they know. During intermission there will be a "whine & wine" event where people can meet the dogs.

"The...

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January 31  |  Herald staff
Can you give one of these pets a home? The Everett Animal Shelter hosts thousands of stray and unwanted animals every year. Some are adopted right away, but some sit in the shelter for weeks at a time, waiting for a home. The shelter has dogs and cats, as well as some rabbits and birds, all looking for a loving home.

All pets are vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and given a identifying microchip before they are adopted.

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January 20  |  Herald staff
NOAH animals looking for homes The NOAH Center is a non-profit, no-kill animal adoption and spay/neuter clinic in Stanwood. NOAH transfers in animals from 31 overcrowded shelters across Washington state, giving them a second chance. They offer family friendly dog and cat adoptions, affordable spay/neuter services for low-income pet owners, free feral cat spay/neuter, volunteer opportunities, pet supply shop, and community off-leash dog play area with a half-mile wilderness walking trail.

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January 17  |  Herald staff
Can you give one of these pets a home? The Everett Animal Shelter hosts thousands of stray and unwanted animals every year. Some are adopted right away, but some sit in the shelter for weeks at a time, waiting for a home. The shelter has dogs and cats, as well as some rabbits and birds, all looking for a loving home.

All pets are vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and given a identifying microchip before they are adopted.

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January 10  |  
Even the animals are cheering on the Seahawks NOAH has been having some fun with the pets that are up for adoption. Even dogs like to cheer for the Seahawks. Check out the photos above of the critters in gear before Saturday's playoff game.

See more photos of pets looking for homes at NOAH.



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January 6  |  Herald staff
Can you give one of these pets a home? The Everett Animal Shelter hosts thousands of stray and unwanted animals every year. Some are adopted right away, but some sit in the shelter for weeks at a time, waiting for a home. The shelter has dogs and cats, as well as some rabbits and birds, all looking for a loving home.

All pets are vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and given a identifying microchip before they are adopted.

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January 3  |  Herald staff
Can you give one of these pets a home? The Everett Animal Shelter hosts thousands of stray and unwanted animals every year. Some are adopted right away, but some sit in the shelter for weeks at a time, waiting for a home. The shelter has dogs and cats, as well as some rabbits and birds, all looking for a loving home.

All pets are vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and given a identifying microchip before they are adopted.

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November 20  |  Herald staff
Can you give one of these pets a home? The Everett Animal Shelter hosts thousands of stray and unwanted animals every year. Some are adopted right away, but some sit in the shelter for weeks at a time, waiting for a home. The shelter has dogs and cats, as well as some rabbits and birds, all looking for a loving home.

All pets are vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and given a identifying microchip before they are adopted.

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November 7  |  Herald staff
NOAH focuses on often-overlooked pets The NOAH Center is working hard to find homes for all of the animals in its care. This month, though, the focus is on black or mostly black animals. Lani Kurtz, adoption and outreach director, says that black animals are the most overlooked in the shelter.

For the month of November, adopters will get $50 off the adoption free for any black or mostly black animal.

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November 1  |  By Jessi Loerch
Everett shelter overloaded with bunnies, guinea pigs It's chilly, isn't it? Wouldn't a little bunny or guinea pig to cuddle be just the thing?

The Everett Animal Shelter is overload with rabbits, guinea pigs and other small critters and has had to temporarily suspend accepting those animals.

As of Thursday, the shelter had 13 rabbits, three guinea pigs, two rats and two mice.

The shelter hopes people will consider adding a small...

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October 31  |  Herald staff
NOAH animals looking for homes The NOAH Center is a non-profit, no-kill animal adoption and spay/neuter clinic in Stanwood. NOAH transfers in animals from 31 overcrowded shelters across Washington state, giving them a second chance. They offer family friendly dog and cat adoptions, affordable spay/neuter services for low-income pet owners, free feral cat spay/neuter, volunteer opportunities, pet supply shop, and community off-leash dog play area with a half-mile wilderness walking trail.

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