Multnomah County Animal Services gives staff the needed resources for cats to thrive.
Thank you to Pet Pros and donors for supporting MCAS pets during the Pet Pros "For the Love of Pets" Holiday Giving Campaign.
Animal Services protects the health, safety, and welfare of pets and people in Multnomah County. Our strategic goals this year reflect a focus on improving operations to sustain our high live release rate and offering excellent customer service to keep the community engaged in helping animals at MCAS.
General receives care, companionship, and professional training around the clock while fostered by inmates at Columbia River Correctional Institution (CRCI).
Matzah the Siamese cat was reunited with his original owner after twelve years of being missing.
Kittens in foster care with volunteer Sheila T. were featured on Instagram's #WeeklyFluff pet video post on January 18, and have received over ten million views.
Alexandria searched for her lost dog for two years. Thanks to a microchip, Junebug the Pug was reunited with her family after she was missing for two years and found as a stray.
MCAS Essential staff, including officers, dispatchers, and animal care staff, all report to work everyday, no matter what the freezing, snowing, icing conditions outside may be.
The Action Cat Team (ACT) recently helped trap and relocate a colony of cats after their caregiver passed away.
Following the downtown Portland fire that displaced over eighty people from the Hotel Alder apartments, MCAS officers were called to help the animals of fire victims at the Red Cross shelter.