Noah’s Pet Project Helps Pets and their People!

by | Jun 4, 2024

Over the Memorial Day weekend volunteers from Noah’s Pet Project held a vaccine clinic for residents of Aspen Court, an organization that helps people obtain temporary housing and transition to permanent housing. Over the course of two hours, loving pet parents presented their cats and dogs for an examination, the opportunity to ask questions, and then the appropriate vaccines and flea meds were administered. The love and dedication to their furry family members was obvious, with many stories of just how important each animal was to their family.

What is Noah’s Pet Project?

NPP is a nonprofit started in 1998 by Liane Sperlich and many dedicated friends to provide veterinary care for families without the resources to care for their pets. The once monthly clinic has had several donated locations, including spending one chilly year in a parking garage! Currently partnered with the Puget Sound Pet Food Bank, Noah’s provides immunizations, parasite prevention and outpatient care to cats and dogs belonging to qualifying families.


Pets are family members too!

The mission of NPP is to provide preventative care and resources for pets of families in need. The human-animal bond creates so many benefits for those fortunate enough to have an animal companion. Vaccinating pets can allow their families access to housing, and preventative care is essential for reducing illness and associated costs. Information such as where to seek spay/neuter facilities, as well as food provided by the Puget Sound Pet Food Bank, are other important services.

How can you help?

NPP is always in need of financial support. Donations can be sent to PO Box 183, Milton, WA 98354-0183, care of Noah’s Pet Project. And, follow us on Facebook!