We are in urgent need of more foster homes. You, reaching out to help, can make all the difference in a homeless animal's life. Please help us help more animals! In order to be a foster home for the NWAS you must: Be 18 years of age or older. If you rent your home you must have consent from your landlord to have a dog/cat. Have all personal animals in the home spayed or neutered if they are 6 months or older


The Spay Neuter Assistance Program (SNAP) is designed to make the cost of altering pets more affordable for limited income individuals & families, as well as area rescuers.


Most of our rescue work is carried out by volunteers who open up their hearts to animals in distress or need. Rescue can be overwhelming, both emotionally and financially. We do our best but our resources, and available space, are limited. As a volunteer run organization with limited resources, sometimes we cannot help. We do our best.


We rely on dedicated volunteers and financial support from the community in order to thrive. Community Fundraisers that support the animals can bring in extra money to provide food and medical care for the animals, keep our SNAP program thriving and help us maintain the shelter.