News & Events
Annual Report & Newsletters
- NCAL Fall Newsletter 2019
- 2018 NCAL Annual Report
- NCAL Fall Newsletter 2018
- 2017 NCAL Annual Report
- 2016 NCAL Annual Report
- NCAL Fall Newsletter 2017
- NCAL Fall/Winter Newsletter 2016-2017
NCAL in the Media
- NCAL was once again voted as the Best Nonprofit in Lamoille County!
- Teaching Compassion to Vermont’s Youngest Citizens
- NCAL Claims Title in the 4393 Awards for Best Nonprofit in Lamoille County!
- Humane Heroes Get Lessons In Caring
- Giving paws: NCAL brings books, kids and pets together
- Gimme shelter: Rescued pups find homes in Vermont
- North Country Animal League Mutt Strutt
- Kids read to dogs and cats, and it’s good for all
- North Country Animal League Picks Leader
This week, the House of Representatives unanimously voted on a landmark bill that will make animal cruelty a federal offense with a penalty of up to seven years in prison. For all of us who work in the field of animal welfare, this has been a long time coming. Read...
PLEASE NOTE: Hunting/Trapping season in Vermont has officially begun and will continue through March 31st. BE A RESPONSIBLE PET OWNER and take active measures to protect your pets. Follow and share these important tips to keep them safe! Learn how to release your...
Get ready for some spooky-tastic, tail-shaking fun with the animals on Saturday, October 26th, from 1:30-3pm! This year, our open house will feature eerily fun activities, animal-inspired treats, contests and much more. Plus you'll get to spend time with some of our...
See you Wedneday, Sept 25th, 5-7pm at Idletyme Brewing Co. for the highly-anticipated Cause for Paws Raffle Drawing & Yappy Hour! The event features live music, great food and lots of fun, the proceeds from which will benefit our programs. This is your great...
Rescued only weeks ago from a high-kill shelter in the South and brought to NCAL, Alexander's time is once again running out - now for a very different reason. What first seemed like a straightforward treatment plan has now become a fight for his life. The difference...
Come find your next best friend!
To date, North Country Animal League has taken in, cared for, and found homes for over 11,000 homeless animals. Connecting humans with animals is what we do best - whether it be through adoptions, education and outreach, or volunteer opportunities. We created this video to show you what you can expect when you come to NCAL to find your next best friend!