The animals at Noah's ARC are the heart of the organization! We exist to show the love of God to all animals and share them with His People: to reach people & heal people! Meet our animals below and consider adopting or becoming a sponsor for our Sanctuary Residents!
Axle is the resident cat, and owner of the rescue (at least that's what he thinks). Jessica found Axle as a kitten in an abandoned barn and didn’t think he was alive. Thankfully, Jess got him to the animal hospital and he recuperated and Axle has lived at the sanctuary ever since! He is great with dogs and cats!
We got Gracie from a shelter in North Carolina. We were fostering her but ended up falling in love with her sweet personality. She gets along with all the other residents. She also loves to snuggle and enjoys playing with all of her toys and climbing on her cat trees! When she isn’t running around and playing, you can find her laying in a sunny spot or looking out a window!
We rescued Mercy from a man that had more pigs than he could handle. She has learned tricks so quickly! Sophie is also grateful to have a friend. We are enjoying taking Mercy out with us in hopes to one day bring her to events.
Breezy is a senior lab mix who came to us from the shelter. She had severe arthritis, a bad urinary tract infection and was in desperate need of dental care. She was a very shy girl who took a long time to warm up to everyone at Noahs ARC. We got her infection cleared up and started her on medication and a supplement regimen for her arthritis. She now runs around with little pain and even likes to play ball!
We rescued Hank-the-Tank from the kill list at a local animal shelter & since then he has won the hearts of everyone he meets! He is loyal, smart & has several tricks up his sleeve...errr paw? Hank isn’t all looks, he’s also an AKC Certified Therapy Dog and Canine Good Citizen. His most noticeable feature are his ears which stand up when he’s happy! Hank’s favorite past-time is getting treats from the local tractor supply!
Ever see a horse smile and shake? Well, Arwen knows how! She (a Paint Horse) was saved from an auction that is frequented by horse meat buyers & now spends her time wandering the farm looking for the best grass to eat! Arwen needs treatment for her asthma, but still helps people learn to ride & is extremely gentle with volunteers!
Super loving piggy with a few tricks up her sleeve! Sophie was rescued in 2020 after her family could no longer care for her. With time and diligence, we gained her trust! Now, she shows off with her tricks “Sit,” “Beg,” & “Shake” to name a few & welcomes any treat offered!
Service Dog Prospect!
Finley is a happy go lucky puppy that was left at the Wicomico Humane society because he was too much for his owner to handle. (Side note: You probably shouldn’t get a puppy if you are not ready for some craziness!) The shelter was full and we had room so we brought him to Noah’s ARC to find a home and of course that left another opening at the shelter. After several weeks of assessment we found he is a great candidate to be trained as a service dog! He is working towards that goal now. He loves the other animals, loves to play, and loves everyone he meets!
In Their Forever Home!
Mars came in with brother and sisters. He finally found his forever home after being with us much longer than expected. This sweet boy got blessed with a family complete with a human brother and feline sister. His new family says he is a huge cuddle bug and lap cat.
In Their Forever Home
Penny came to Noah’s ARC when she showed up on a volunteer’s porch. Turns out she escaped from the car she was living in, and when we found her owners they asked if we could care for her since they were unable to. Penny lived at the sanctuary for almost a year before one of our volunteers adopted her, and now she has a home where she gets all the love and attention she can get!
In Their Forever Home
Mary & Martha
We rescued Mary and Martha after their owner passed away and her kids let them out to fend for themselves. They were very malnourished and needed medical attention. They were diagnosed with Stomatitis, a disease that caused them to need their teeth removed. After 2 years of waiting, they found their forever home! They are spoiled by their new mom who doesn't mind having a couple of toothless cats.
Lucky has had a rough start in life. After being found abandoned by his mother, one of our volunteers took him in. He was a bottle baby and fought hard to survive. Lucky is now up-to-date on his vaccines and is ready to find his forever home! He is good with cats and loves to play! His favorite place to sleep is the top of his cat tree.
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Neptune was brought in with her four brothers and sisters from a public shelter that was full and overflowing. She is a sweet heart but is content to hang by herself. She loves to climb and play with her brothers.
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Saturn was brought in with his four brothers and sisters from a public shelter that was full and overflowing. He is the cutest little tuxedo guy! He loves to look out the window and to climb on his cat tower. He is a lot of fun!
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Meet Piper! This sweet girl has obviously had a rough life. She was clearly used for breeding many times and has some visible health issues including severe malnourishment. Someone also decided to do their own version of an ear cropping job and chopped off most of her ears. However, she is getting more comfortable with people and loves running around the pasture. She is starting to show her playful and loving personality despite the abuse she clearly suffered at the hands of humans
Piper will be available for adoption soon. Click here to get your application in early!
Remy is a beautiful boy. He is more timid than Piper but he also loves running zoomies and playing. Once he is up-to-date on all of his vaccines and has been neutered, we think he and Finn will be great buddies!
Remy will be available for adoption soon. Click here to get your application in early!