Our mission is to promote compassionate and responsible relationships between humans and animals.
Since 1994, NCAL has contributed to a more humane community for all beings and saved over 14,000 lives through our programs. Read more.
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Clover and her human mom, who is an adaptive athlete, have been adventuring in their CRV housecar for the past few years. From being snuggled up in their van-bed to the hospital bed to exploring the outdoors, this team sets the bar high for...
Tune your guitars and dust off your tap shoes - welcoming acts of all kinds and talent of all ages! Enter our #RaiseTheWOOF virtual talent show for a chance to win a $1000 GRAND PRIZE (2nd prize: $500, 3rd prize: $250), all the while helping NCAL’s homeless animals!...
In an effort to bring relief to local pet owners in Lamoille County impacted financially or otherwise by COVID-19, NCAL will provide pet owners in need with food and supplies for their pets through a new community outreach effort, NCAL Meals, starting January 2021....
Ways to Give
Thank you for choosing to support our programs to help homeless pets. There are many ways to get involved, whether you choose to support our cause and operations through donation, or volunteering your time and efforts directly. Find out more.
Under The Spotlight
Adopted from NCAL as a kitten, Wildflower has been a bit of a wallflower since making her way back to the shelter. Slightly hesitant and unsure, but when coaxed out from hiding, she will gently rub against your legs, and lean in for head rubs and back strokes. Her prior home described her as snuggly, not very interested in playing, and a wonderful mouser. Wildflower’s ideal forever home would be fairly low-key, and one where she can be your one and only pet to dote on. Please give Wildflower the chance to bloom!