Multnomah County Animal Services Protecting Pets and People (503) 988-7387
Donations made to this fund are restricted for outreach programs, or items specifically designed as enhancing the care of sheltered animals, assisting in returning animals to their owners, supporting pet retention to prevent pet surrender or abandonment, or the placement of animals into new homes. Examples of expenditures include outreach events, adoption advertising, grooming expenses, or specialized services to increase animal return-to-owner rates and pet retention, such as pet microchipping and licensing promotion, lost & found pet promotion, or providing basic necessities for at-risk pet owners.
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 helps to support our Kitten Triage/Nursery Project. During "kitten season" we care for hundreds of kittens (12 weeks and younger) in a dedicated unit with highly trained staff and volunteers who provide 24-hour care to the kittens. Most of these kittens are orphaned bottle babies requiring extensive care and feeding. This program was established in 2014 and since that time we have achieved a 91% save rate for kittens. Please help us care for these precious kitties!
This fund supports the capital campaign effort for a new facility.
This fund supports surgeries for low-income families.