Become a Guardian Angel to the Senior Animals of Noah’s Ark Society

If you are looking to help but don’t have time to take in an elder pet…

Sponsor a Noah’s Ark Society pet from our Elder Society today with a monthly gift

The Elder Society provides education, assisted living and hospice care for rescued senior/elder pets!

The purpose of Elder Society is to highlight the importance of senior pet care, advocate on behalf of senior pets, and work to find loving homes for rescued senior pets to live out their retirement in comfort.

When you become a Noah’s Ark Society Guardian Angel by signing up to make monthly donations, you’re providing gifts that can be used by animals in their hours of need. Guardian Angels are special members of the Elder Society, because their gifts are continuous and steady. Help animals all year round by making a monthly gift today.

As thanks for joining, we’ll send you regular updates about the animals you rescued!

Click here to sponsor a member of our Elder Society!


Breed: Akita

Age: 14 years

How Jade became a member of the Elder Society: Jade was surrendered to a shelter by her owners last year because she was getting too old and sick.  Jade was heartbroken and left all alone, luckily a volunteer at the shelter reached out to Noah’s Ark Society and we were able to place her with an amazing foster mom in no time. Madison the foster mom has given Jade a happy and loving home to spend her remaining years.  All though she came with her issues, Madison has done everything in her power to make sure Jade will be the happiest she can for the rest of her life!

Click here to read more about Jade’s story.

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Breed: Terrier mix

Age: 13 years

How Pretty Girl became a member of the Elder Society: Unimaginable Pretty Girl’s family dropped her off with an acquaintance while on vacation and never came back for her.  Out of the kindness of her heart, Elizabeth took Pretty Girl into her family with the help of Noah’s Ark Society. She recently got a fellow senior brother to run the yard with her and is enjoying her life to the fullest.

Click here to find out more about Pretty Girl.

Donate here!

sponsor Izzy

Breed: Maltipoo

Age: 12 years

How Izzy became a member of the Elder Society: Her former family moved into a smaller home without a yard and they felt like she would be happier in a home where she could get more attention. One of Noah’s Ark Society’s already established forever fosters agreed to take in this adorable pooch under her wing under Noah’s Ark Society’s Elder Society. Izzy is now living with many other furry family members and is loving every minute of it!

Click here to find out more about Izzy.

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Breed: Collie / Cocker Spaniel mix

Age: 10 years

How Buddy became a member of the Elder Society: Sometimes hardships happen at the right time for the right reasons. Buddy, a senior living with a family in Kentucky who had seen at least 2 homes already, came to our attention when the family who currently had him was going through major prolonged financial difficulties as well as a move to a faraway state. It broke their hearts to have to reach out to us, but it was something they had to do for the health and happiness of Buddy.  From that moment on buddy was family!

Click here to find out more about Buddy.

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Age: 30 years old

How Moses became a member of the Elder Society: Moses came into Noah’s Ark Society from the fallout of a divorce. While we don’t know much about his previous history, we do know he loaded quickly on the trailer that cold February day we went to pick him up, and he has refused to get back on a trailer ever since.

Click here to find out more about Moses.

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Sponsor Gayle’s Cats

Breed: Various

Age: Various

How Gayle’s Cats became a member of the Elder Society: “She lived alone, and she loved cats.” It’s a phrase that is said about many women…the cliché “cat lady.” Noah’s Ark Society has known many such ladies through the years, but there has been no story quite like Gayle’s. Gayle truly lived alone and loved cats, as she had no family nearby or friends who checked in on her at her home, where she cared for over 40 cats.

Gayle passed away very suddenly and the family was at a loss of how to care for all of those cats. At the suggestion of one of Gayle’s coworkers, they contacted Noah’s Ark Society. We did not know what we were getting into when we started this project. It was a massive commitment of time and money, resources we did not really have, as a small local rescue organization. What we did have was the continued use of Gayle’s house from her family, so we didn’t have to relocate or rehome every cat.  We also had the people to provide daily care. We have been able to come up with the resources for feeding and basic vetting of the cats, and we are slowly making progress in providing all the necessary veterinary care.

Click here to find out more about Gayle’s Story and her kitties.

Donate here!

sponsor mattie mae

Breed: Beagle

Age: 10 years old

How Mattie Mae became a member of the Elder Society: Like so many Mattie Mae was dropped was getting older and aging and her family did not want to see her age anymore so they dropped her off at an Animal Control facility. Lyndsey & Zach have decided to bring this sweet girl into their family and be her furever foster.
Cant wait to see her next chapter…going to be a good one. 

Click here to find out more about Mattie Mae

Donate here!


Breed: Lab / Hound mix

Age: 13 years

How Bert became a member of the Elder Society: Tick tock tick tock, Bert was almost out of time but because we have such a strong community he was saved in the nick of time. Sarah a previous adopter saw our plea to save Bert and she saved his life, he is now in loving caring home enjoying the remaining years of his life!

Click here to find out more about Bert

Donate here!

sponsor prise and pistol (brother and sister)

Breed: American Quarter Horse

Age: Prise 16 years old; Pistol 14 years old

How Prise and Pistol became a member of the Elder Society: They were owned by a family all their life, but they found themselves in a situation where they could no longer care for the horses. They were going to be taken to auction. Noah’s Ark Society took the brother and sister pair into the senior society and was brought to their forever foster. There, they have been living free to roam on 3 acres with an open barn. 

Click here to find out more about Prize and Pistol

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Breed: Labrador Retriever

Age: 8 years

How Koa became a member of the Elder Society: Koa was dropped off at the shelter due to his medical conditions during Christmas time. As soon as we saw him we knew we had to take him in he wouldn’t have made it through the night otherwise. Getting him healthy and giving him a happy new home was our priority. He is loving living with his new family and all his new furry playmates.❤

Click here to find out more about Koa

Donate here!