Coming this Summer! Our Doggone
Ark Animal Foundation's Doggone Good Cookbook is about to roll
off the presses! In addition to over 200 of the best recipes submitted
by friends of Noah's Ark, the cookbook is a "whose who" of Noah's Ark
residents and alumni, with over 150 pictures of our (and your!) beloved
animal companions. But wait - there's more! We've also got Happy Ending
stories, a place to keep track of your favorite recipes, and a chapter
devoted to dog and cat treats. Did we mention that there is a nifty chapter
on recipe measurements and substitutions? (Let's see, the recipe calls
for sour cream, but I'm out - what can I use instead?)
Cookbooks will be available for purchase toward the end of July. Watch
the website and follow
us on Facebook to find out where you can get your copy. Bone
Noah's Ark Lonely Hearts Club
Sometimes, we have dogs or cats that get overlooked. They remain at the
shelter month after month, patiently waiting for their chance with a new
family and a new life. To qualify for the Lonely Hearts Club,
the dog or cat must be at the shelter for 2 months or longer.
Lonely Hearts come in many different forms. Sometimes
they're cats or dogs who may be shy at the shelter, but who are carefree
and friendly at home. Or they might be adult cats or dogs, when everybody's
searching for kittens or puppies. And sometimes they have unique personality
quirks that require a special family that is understanding and accepting
of them just as they are.
If you are the kind of person who, above all, wants to help those in
need—take a look at our Lonely Hearts Club members.
They may not be the pet that everyone else is looking for; but perhaps
they will be the love of YOUR life.
Lonely Hearts Club Cats:
Lonely Hearts Club cats are designated "Lonely Heart" on the
page. These cats are available for a reduced adoption fee
Lonely Hearts Club Dogs:
Lonely Hearts Club dogs are designated "Lonely Heart" on the
page. These dogs are available for a reduced adoption fee
Find Your Perfect Match!!
Ark has implemented the ASPCA's® Meet
Canine-ality™ Matchmaking program, which increases the
potential for successful, permanent dog adoptions. The program—which
includes a Canine-ality behavior assessment of each dog and a Dog
Adopter Survey of each adopter—results in a color-coded matchmaking
system that brings compatible companions together.
The result is a reduction in the number of adopted dogs returned to Noah’s
Ark because they aren’t a good fit. Click here
to view the color-coded matchmaking system and find out how you can find
your perfect animal companion.
Me Out...I'm Short, Dark and Handsome!
“A thing of beauty, strength and grace, lies behind
that whiskered face.” - Anonymous
Midnight. Raven. Jellybean. Those are just a few of the names that signal
our beautiful inky coloring. Sometimes our photos don't do us justice,
but don't be fooled. We black cats
and dogs are the equivalent of that
little black dress or a pair of fabulous dark "shades"—classic
must-haves for every wardrobe—or in our case, every loving forever
home! And don't you think our eyes look especially soulful in contrast
to our silky black fur? Luckily, there are a lot of us around—so
no one has to be without one.
Please take a moment to check out the beautiful black cats
and dogs currently residing at Noah's
Ark. They make loving, kind, faithful
and loyal companions. Will you be the
lucky one who gets to take one of us home?