The day of the month equaled the adoption fee for all pets six months and older, from December 1 - 31, 2016. Thanks to your support, 273 pets found homes for the holidays during the December adoption special.
Thank you to Stephanie "La Traviesa" for her recent campaign to knit and sell beanie hats, then use the proceeds to purchase blankets for animals at the shelter.
Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) would like to clarify how the shelter kept affected dogs warm and comfortable when a central HVAC heating unit failed prior to recent cold temperatures.
As a long-time donor and community advocate for animals, Patty D. knows what the animals need for the holidays, and she honors her friends with her service and generous donations.
Can you help the Action Cat Team (ACT) relocate six "Kitties for Hire" from a closing shipyard? Searching for barns, or shop space in need of rodent control.
Congratulations to Quimby of ResQ Animal Massage for being selected as this month's Les Schwab "Be The Change" award on KPTV.
Read about Zig and Zag, a bonded pair of kittens with special medical considerations, and the adopters who continue to provide physical therapy to help Zag walk again.
This December, the Animal Shelter Alliance of Portland’s Spay & Save program is pleased to offer a very special spay & neuter promotion for the cats of low income families.
Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) is excited to announce the recent hire of Andrew Mathias, Certified Behavior Canine Consultant (CBCC-KA), as Canine Care Specialist.
Through Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) of feral community cats and the "Kitten Kaboodle" approach (trapping young, free-roaming kittens for socialization and adoption), this year the Action Cat Team (ACT) trapped and spayed its 500th cat.