Adirondack Save A Stray is a nonprofit organization that shelters homeless, abandoned, injured and unwanted animals. It was founded with the idea that all animals should be spayed or neutered, in order to reduce the number of stray pets. ASAS is a no-kill shelter and due to that, as well as space constriction, it is unable to take every animal that is in need of help. In the fall of 2016, the shelter has celebrated its 28th anniversary, all these years being known as progressive and innovative in the area of animal care and shelter operations. On top of that, the shelter has developed in such a way that they are now able to find new homes for almost 2500 pets annually.