The very popular Catio Tour is the not-to-be-missed cat event of Portland! The 8th Annual Catio Tour on Saturday, September 12 will showcase ten diverse outdoor cat enclosures. This year’s tour will be virtual with each of the catios professionally filmed to showcase their creative and unique designs, from efficient to expansive.
In order to volunteer, Paula Y. overcame sad memories of her childhood cat that she didn’t get back from the pound. Now, Paula plays a pivotal role to support programs at Multnomah County Animal Services that save lives and change systems by transporting animals to rescues and adoption partners, supporting spay & neuter surgeries, and fostering kittens, geriatric, and FeLV positive cats.
Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) is proactively offering emergency pet food support for community members in need.
In light of recent events, Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) acknowledges the pain and grief that Black, Indigenous, and people of color are experiencing as a result of the recent killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and others. We know these tragic events are only the most recent manifestations of longstanding systemic racism, inequities, and implicit bias present in
The fireworks of the Independence Day holiday can be frightening for your pets. Sadly, it’s common to lose pets during this time. With public fireworks displays canceled due to COVID-19, we anticipate more private or residential fireworks this year, which may have a greater impact on sensitive animals. Ahead of the holiday, Multnomah County Animal Services wants to remind pet owners about
With kitten season coming and cat intake restrictions due to COVID-19, MCAS has created this guide to help Multnomah County residents understand what to do if they find litters of kittens, and how they can help.
Continue reading to find out how to tell if the kittens you found are truly in need of help.
Congratulations to MacKenzie J., nominated and chosen as the June 2020 Volunteer of the Month. MacKenzie serves in a wide variety of volunteer roles, and she finds interacting with community members at the Adoption Information Desk, and caring for neonatal kittens to be some of her favorites.
An osprey was rescued from a fishing hook and line thanks to a concerned community member, a quick response from MCAS Officer Pelland, and skillful care from Portland Audubon’s Wildlife Care Center.
On June 1, 2020, MCAS officers resume services to pick up deceased wildlife located on public property. While services for domestic animals continued, this and other non-emergency services were previously suspended due to COVID-19.
Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) says farewell to the departed Rich Brueckner, an adopter and supporter who in recent years produced Once There Was a Giant, a documentary about his adopted dog, Jax. The film premiered locally at Cinema 21 on October 31, 2018 as a benefit for animals at MCAS.