Since 2014, the professional-quality photos of adoptable cats at Multnomah County Animal Services are all the hard work of volunteer Alison F.
Congratulations to Kelley S., nominated and chosen as the November 2018 Multnomah County Animal Services Volunteer of the Month.
What are the big trends at Multnomah County Animal Services? Is Multnomah County investing more in Animal Services than ever? Are fewer animals coming into the shelter? How have live-release-rates, number of animals served, and their length-of-stay changed over time, and how are they correlated? Find the answers to your questions here.
Have you considered transitioning your cat indoors but haven’t been able to get started? According to the Humane Society, about two-thirds of cats live indoors either all or almost all of the time. As your vet will support, these indoor felines enjoy freedom from a laundry list of perils - diseases, parasites, automobile traffic, poisoning, our healthy population of urban coyotes, and simply
Do you know a volunteer at Multnomah County Animal Services who goes above and beyond, or provides excellent customer service? Nominate exceptional volunteers for Volunteer of the Month.
Congratulations to Robert B., nominated and chosen as the October 2018 Multnomah County Animal Services Volunteer of the Month.
What could your workplace accomplish with 42 more employees? For Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS), over 400 volunteers made this hypothetical question a reality in 2017-2018, volunteering 88,058 hours, or the equivalent work of 42 full time employees (FTE).
The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners heard the results of a Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) audit on Thursday, July 12, 2018. (Redirect to Multnomah County Website)
Multnomah County, Oregon passed a progressive ordinance today to ban traveling displays of wild and exotic animals, safeguarding against potentially inhumane training practices, confinement, or treatment.(Redirect to Multnomah County Website)
Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) was honored by the Multnomah County Commissioners' Outstanding Team Achievement Award as part of the Eagle Creek Fire Emergency Response Team.