Frequently Asked Questions
What are the pros and cons of adopting a pet?
PROS: You are truly saving a life! Multiple ages are available and mixed breeds tend to be healthier. Older pets are often a better fit for your lifestyle instead of a puppy. Adoption fees are minimal when compared to breeder fees. All cats and dogs at Noah Project are immunized, micro-chipped, fixed, and loved!
CONS: Unknown history. Unknown breed and related behavioral and/or health concerns.
What questions should I be asking myself before I consider adoption?
Whether it’s your first time adopting a pet or you’re on the fence about rescuing a four-legged friend, these are the questions you should ask yourself first:
What breed or type of cat/dog is right for me?
Can I afford to adopt this animal and care for this pet?
Do I have the time and ability to care for this pet?
Is my home suitable for a pet?
Do I have other pets that will accept another four-legged member of the family?
How long will the adoption process take?
It can take up to 3 to 5 days to process an application.
How can I learn about a pet's back story and whether there are behavioral issues and/or medical history?
When meeting the pet you can ask questions about their past and any behavioral issues or special needs.
Can I spend one-on-one time with a pet before adopting?
Once you have chosen the dog or cat you are interested in, you can set up a time to come meet with them and spend time with them. We usually limit visits to 20 minutes per visit.