Adopt an animal
The TriState Noah Project is committed to improving the lives of homeless animals. Over the years we have homed hundreds of animals and one day want to take them all off the street. Daily we feed approximately 150 stray and feral cats over 25 stops in some of the worst areas in the city. We believe in the value of TNR to keep the population under control.
Since the news story aired, the number of homeless animals we feed daily has increased.
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Here are some of the faces waiting patiently for us everyday. If you can provide a good home for one of our rescues, please fill out and submit the form below.
If you cannot adopt, you can still help. It takes approximately 40lbs of dry and 72 cans of wet daily. You can help sponsor one of our homeless animals with a monthly contribution of $5 to help with food. Click here to sponsor a homeless animal.
"You have not lived today until you have done something for someone that can never repay you" ~ John Bunyan
Daisy and Lil' Sis. Approximately 8-9 weeks old. Daisy was found alone under a bush and Sis was surrendered by a homeless woman at just 5 weeks old.