Multnomah County Animal Services Protecting Pets and People (503) 988-7387
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On June 10, 2014, MCAS rescued eight emaciated Great Danes from filthy conditions. This fund will help support their medical care, which includes examinations, lab tests, worm treatments and a cherry eye surgery for one dog. Any surplus funds will become part of Dolly's Fund, a special fund used to provide medical treatments for shelter animals.
This fund helps us promote and increase adoptions of shelter animals. Donations support special outreach events, adoption advertising, and grooming expenses. Donations to this fund also improve facilities for animals we care for at the shelter.
Donations made to this fund helps us provide medical care for animals in need of emergency surgeries and veterinary care before they can be placed into a new home. This fund is named in honor of our well-known, rehabilitated shelter dog "Dolly", who came into the shelter in very poor condition. Read Dolly's story.
This fund supports the capital campaign effort for a new facility in the city of Portland.
This fund supports surgeries for low-income families. It also supports the efforts of MCAS's Apartment Cat Team (ACT) program, which provides trap-neuter-return assistance to apartment complexes with large numbers of feral cats.