Donations to The Center are 100% tax deductible.

Finding ​​Forever Homes
for Homeless Pets

We provide shelter, healthcare, and adoption services to stray, relinquished, mistreated and abandoned animals while working to create a community where all animals can live in a safe, healthy and caring environment.
Latest News & Events

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Employment Opportunities
2016 State of the Shelter Report
The Healthy Haven Campaign is a new campaign launched in October of 2016 to raise much needed matching funds for the Northampton County Community Investment Partnership Program!

We need your help to secure these funds! All proceeds will go toward the modern construction of our facility.

Our Dogs

Whether you’re looking for a playful puppy or an older companion, we have the perfect dog for you.

Check out our dogs for adoption and find your next loyal family member! 

Our Cats

From spunky to docile and cuddly to independent, The Center for Animal Health & Welfare has dozens of kittens and cats waiting for their forever homes.

Take a look and see which one is right for you! 
Canine Adoption Form
Feline Adoption Form
Critter Adoption Form


Upcoming Events

Facts & Myths about FeLV/FIV cats
Meet Leah Norton, The Center's volunteer expert on FeLV and FIV-diagnosed cats. Read more about what diagnosis means and how you can help!

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Spay & Neuter Clinic

Reducing homeless pets in Northampton County

The Center for Animal Health & Welfare offers a comprehensive spay/neuter program that allows for low-cost surgeries for feral and stray cats.  Throughout the week, dedicated veterinarians and volunteers help to perform surgeries to help prevent and manage the animal overpopulation crisis.  Low-income families are also welcome to use these services for their pets.

This program benefits all of the Center’s animals since all animal are spayed or neutered before they are adopted from our shelter.


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Happy Families


Happy Lives


Fosters NEEDED

  1. Kitten season is coming soon and we are in need of Foster parents who can help us out until the kittens are old enough to be adopted. (Normally until 3 months of age) If interested in getting on our foster list now, please contact our Animal Care Manager, Cathy Ford at 610-252-7722
    Pictured....Christine, CAHW Volunteer and Foster Parent

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Shot Clinics

Click here to find a list of our upcoming shot clinics.

Dog Licensing

Donate Special Food

Applications are available online through the Pennsylvania Dog Licensing Center.
With many of our cats and dogs on special diets while they visit us at the shelter, we can use your help with special foods that are often very costly.