Roberta Ruble celebrates fifteen (15) years as a Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT) for Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS), a division of the Department of Community Services (DCS), and as a Multnomah County Employee.
A long-term cruelty / neglect investigation involving eighty-six animals recently closed, resulting in relinquished animals to Animal Services, and probation with court-ordered treatment for their former owner.
Whether loving on bunnies, inspecting for safety hazards, washing food bowls, or managing laundry logistics, Jesse M. is an appreciated volunteer for all seasons at MCAS.
Learn about our recent meeting and preparations to support animals in emergencies, and how you can help.
Do you want to know how many animals come to Multnomah County Animal Services each month, where they go, or the types of calls our Animal Services officers respond to in the community? View our monthly report for August 2019.
Thank you to Makenzie S. of Girl Scout Troop 42569 for her ongoing Gold Award project to construct high-quality PVC and durable outdoor fabric beds for shelter pets at Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS).
Congratulations to Ranee M., nominated and chosen as the September 2019 Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) Volunteer of the Month.
Animals have followed Ranee home her entire life, but operating a rescue and caring for bottle-baby kittens took her love and appreciation of animals to the next level.
It’s important to protect pets from the heat to avoid heatstroke, which can be difficult to treat once it begins, and can be life threatening. Please observe and share the following guidelines and resources for keeping pets cool in hot weather.
Do you want to know how many animals come to Multnomah County Animal Services each month, where they go, or the types of calls our Animal Services officers respond to in the community? View our monthly report for July 2019.
Help honor the service of our volunteers. There are many faithful volunteers making a difference for the pets and people of our community. They show up every week to fulfill their roles at the shelter. They contribute countless hours to care for the animals. Their work connects lost pets with their people, or makes new lifelong matches. Their essential support of laundry keeps the wheels of