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Noah's Ark Animal Sanctuary


A No-Kill Shelter

All creatures great and small, here at Noah's Ark we care for them all!

Noah's Ark is not only a refuge for dogs and cats, but a home to many exotic animals.   Among them are: Black-Tailed Prairie Dogs, Rats, Mice, Dwarf Hamsters, Gerbils, Sugar Gliders, Rabbits, Squirrels, Hedgehogs, Guinea Pigs, Ferrets and Iguanas.100.7 The Word KKHT Houston > The BEST Bible Teachers  The BEST Talk Shows

Homeless animals are brought to Noah's Ark for a myriad of reasons.  Here are a few stories of the animals that reside at Noah's Ark.


Guinea PigThis long haired Peruvian Guinea Pig makes a very good companion.  They require a LOT of brushing and devoted attention.   Fruit is a special treat, timothy hay and vitamin C supplements are necessary supplements.

WABBIT:  Beautiful Californian with ruby eyes, dark ears and a dark tail.   Very friendly and litter box trained.  He has a custom made carpeted two tier condominium made especially for him.  He is Very sweet and lovable.   For specific information about rabbit care go to
Fat.JPG (131736 bytes) Meet FAT our resident Black-Tailed Prairie Dog.  FAT is appropriately named because of his rotund belly.  These wild animals naturally live in underground colonies called coteries.   We built them a play area made of sand, where they enjoy tunneling immensely.   Click here for more information on Saving the Prairie Dog  
Iguanna.JPG (34481 bytes) IGUANAS require special equipment including special lighting.  This mean old lady is nearly 5 foot long.  She had previously lost her front foot due to fighting with other Iguanas.   Included in her daily diet are fresh salad greens, zucchini and cantaloupe.  
Robbie_Rat.JPG (56564 bytes) This is ROBBIE, a Chocolate Rat.  Robbie is an exceptional rodent, quite smart, gentle and has never bitten.  He is often used in educating the general public that rats can be great pets.  They are easy to take care of and easy to feed, as rats are true opportunists.   His favorite treat is yogurt morsels. 


Animals are often turned in to Noah's Ark because they are purchased on impulse without the consideration of the extra time, special needs they require and lack of long term commitment.  Sassy





The animals at Noah's Ark have a safe home and are kept indefinitely until a responsible caregiver can be found.   All animals are cared for by experienced and educated volunteers. 

Noah's Ark operates solely by donations from the public.  Please help us care for the animals entrusted to our care.  Your donation is completely tax-deductible.


Thank you for your support! Together we can make it happen!