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Jeanette Farrell, Field Services Manager of Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) Receives Prestigious Certified Animal Welfare Administrator (CAWA) Credential.
In Sue’s twenty-five-year career at Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS), she has worn many hats, including animal care worker, field services officer, dispatcher, and Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT). Sue’s parting guidance before retirement is to work through challenges together, and keep moving forward.
Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) is resuming adoptions through a virtual, touchless process. Community members can now submit adoption applications online, meet with adoption counselors remotely, and safely pick up their adopted pet at the shelter with limited contact.
While falling back by resetting the clock for daylight savings time, observe straylight savings time to take important steps to get your pet back if they’re ever lost by updating their microchip and license contact information.
Congratulations to Jessica F., nominated and chosen as the October 2020 Volunteer of the Month. Volunteering as a foster home for shelter animals is a family affair for Jessica, her husband, Andy, and twin daughters, Elle and Liv.
Do you want to know how many animals come to Multnomah County Animal Services each month, the care they receive, where they go, what our volunteers are doing, or the types of calls our Animal Services officers respond to in the community? View our monthly report for September 2020.
Read how Princess the Chihuahua was reunited with her person, Veronica, after ten long years of being lost. Learn how you can keep your pets safe through licensing and microchipping.
Congratulations to our 2020 Multnomah County Volunteer Award Honorees from Animal Services. Volunteers Bonnie H., Laura H, Dawn P., and Cas S. were honored by Multnomah County Commissioner Jessica Vega Pederson during a virtual ceremony held by the Office of Community Involvement.
Do you want to know how many animals come to Multnomah County Animal Services each month, the care they receive, where they go, what our volunteers are doing, or the types of calls our Animal Services officers respond to in the community? View our monthly report for August 2020.