News & Events
Annual Report & Newsletters
- 2019 NCAL Annual Report
- 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
- Vermont Animal Shelters Work to ‘Catten the Curve’
- Donation allows NCAL to buy 14 acre horse farm
- 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
At our virtual Annual Meeting last night, we reflected back on how grateful we are for the 513 innocent lives we saved and placed in forever homes, among other accomplishments, thanks to our dedicated staff, board of directors and volunteers, and our vital community...
Beginning Wednesday, April 1st and while supplies last, we will be offering a free pet food shelf outside our shelter for anyone in need. Our stock of dog and cat food is from generous community donations collected over the holidays for our homeless animals at the...
Spaces are filling up fast for our highly-anticipated Summer Horsemanship Camps. Hurry and sign your kids up while you still can. Learn more or register for camps here. Private and semi-private riding lessons are also available on our wonderful schooling horses...
Check out our printable animal-themed activity sheets for kids. Each of them have the opportunity to keep young people engaged and learning for hours while having fun at the same time. Nature Walk Scavenger Hunt: How many items from our outdoor scavenger hunt...
Dear Friends, This picture of our NCAL team was taken less than a week ago. Since then, so much has changed. Starting today North Country Animal League will be closed to the public. We will be open by appointment only for adoptions and surrenders. As we reduce our...
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!