Adirondack Save A Stray is a nonprofit organization that shelters homeless, abandoned, injured and unwanted animals. It was founded with the idea that all animals should be spayed or neutered, in order to reduce the number of stray pets. ASAS is a no-kill shelter and due to that, as well as space constriction, it is unable to take every animal that is in need of help. In the fall of 2016, the shelter has celebrated its 28th anniversary, all these years being known as progressive and innovative in the area of animal care and shelter operations. On top of that, the shelter has developed in such a way that they are now able to find new homes for almost 2500 pets annually.
Just like the majority of up-to-date animal shelters, Adirondack Save A Stray provides a health check and all the necessary procedures for every incoming animal, including vaccination, heartworm and/or lyme test and de-worming when necessary. The animals are also registered with a special ASAS numbered brass ID tag. Apart from caring for a pet while it’s still in the shelter, some procedures can also be provided to the animal upon its adoption free of charge.
The shelter’s administration also urges all who have decided to adopt an animal to be responsible and considerate about it, as it would not only be just a pet, but also a family member, who needs care and love, as well as a handful of patience.
The Adirondack Save A Stray animal shelter receives no government funding whatsoever and survives only thanks to donations from kind, animal-loving people. That’s why it is incredibly important to help such animal shelters with anything as much as possible, because the more support it gets, the more animals can get a chance to find a new home.
The shelter needs your help. Look at the bottom of the page, where you will find the products necessary for the shelter. You can buy them online and they will be delivered to the shelter directly. Tell your friends about our project and the possibility to help animals all over the world!