Adirondack Save A Stray

P.O. Box 185

Corinth, N.Y. 12822


Hours of operation

By appointment only

    Cats & Kittens for Adoption

Please keep checking back for regular updates on
newly available kitties! :)

Can't adopt? You can still help out these beautiful babies and donate towards their care. Adirondack Save A Stray is committed to finding loving forever homes for each of our purrfect kitties. We are a non-profit no-kill shelter, all these kitties are here for life.

"The Voice Of The Animals"


Unfortunately, Dexter was returned to ASAS through no fault of his own. We are looking for a very special adopter for this very special kitty who deserves his FUREVER HOME! Dexter is such a sweetheart and loves following you around for pets, rubbing on your legs, and sitting in the windowsill for naps. Whoever adopts this handsome gentleman will surely get endless love from him!! Dexter's is FIV+. He CAN live a long, happy and healthy life still.

Sparky & Flag

These cuties have been in foster, enjoying the indoors and having full bellies. They have made wonderful progress and now have a much better fate. They love to play with each other, lounge in their hammock and get snuggles from their foster mom. It didn't take long for them to warm up to affection, and we know they will make great additions to their new families. They are around 12 weeks old, microchipped, up to date on vaccinations, and have received a flea treatment and deworming.


Beautiful all-black girl, Liberty, was rescued in a local neighborhood that was filling up with strays and kittens. She has been in foster getting lots of love, hammock snuggle time with her siblings and playtime. She has been waiting for her furever home, and unfortunately seems to be overlooked merely because of her color. However, we know she will make a great addition to a family, and will be so grateful to be loved furever! Liberty is 12 wks old, microchipped, and up to date on vaccines.

Liz Duo

These cuties were found by a local resident, abandoned with no mother. Nobody would take them, but ASAS did not want them on the street. One of the siblings was very malnourished and did not make it. However, these two guys thrived. Since they were around 3.5 weeks old, they have been loved and nurtured and are now ready to find forever, loving homes. Midnight (black male) and Callie (dilute calico) are about 8 wks old, up to date on vaccines and have received a flea treatment and deworming.