We welcome scrutiny of the county's work protecting the health, safety and welfare of people and pets. As the only public shelter in Multnomah County open to all, we're working to correct the challenges identified in two county audits. We've met—or are completing—79 percent of the auditor's 2016 recommendations. We know we have more work to do and are committed to doing so quickly and
Do you know a volunteer at Multnomah County Animal Services who goes above and beyond, or provides excellent customer service? Nominate exceptional volunteers for Volunteer of the Month.
Thank you to all who supported the raffle at Belmont Station benefiting shelter pets at Multnomah County Animal Services! You raised $640, and Lisa and Mark at Belmont Station generously matched $660, for a total of $1,300 raised for the animals. Also, congratulations to Ben S. for winning the trip for two to the Lagunitas Beer Circus in Seattle on August 25.
Shopping for a new car, or looking to get that old clunker off your property? You can donate your vehicle to support the lifesaving Kitten Triage program at MCAS.
License your pet at Multnomah County Animal Services on Saturdays from 8 - 11 am, and get a free rabies vaccine, plus a free exam from Good Neighbor Vet!
See the Multnomah County Animal Services "Pitties in Pink" Float in 2018 at the Starlight Parade, Pride Parade, Troutdale Summerfest, and the Gresham Teddy Bear Parade!
From July 20-22, adoption fees were reduced by 50% for all animals seven months and older at Multnomah County Animal Services during the Summer Lovin' Adoption Special. Thanks to your support of this special event, twenty-two animals were adopted during the special.
Thanks to supporters like you, the 2018 Kitten Triage Fundraiser exceeded its fundraising goals online and in the shelter, raising over $41,000 and counting.
The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners heard the results of a Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) audit on Thursday, July 12, 2018. (Redirect to Multnomah County Website)
Multnomah County, Oregon passed a progressive ordinance today to ban traveling displays of wild and exotic animals, safeguarding against potentially inhumane training practices, confinement, or treatment.(Redirect to Multnomah County Website)