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.
Help Animals by Applying for the Multnomah County Animal Services Community Advisory Committee (CAC)
Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) is now seeking applications for membership on the Multnomah County Animal Services Community Advisory Committee (MCAS-CAC). Submit your application or learn more!
Coming to the shelter to adopt a pet? We have a new entrance for adopters! Just turn right at the awning, and the path will take you to the adoption info desk, and adoptable dogs and cats.
Thank you to the many people and organizations who came together to respond to the Eagle Creek Fire Emergency, and to serve the people and animals displaced by the blaze.
Congratulations to Staff Member Cindy Scheel on receiving a HILLTOP Award, and to MCAS volunteers Monica D., Gary L., Debbie S., Martha G., Patty C., Lucas K., Susan M., Jenni H., Sheila T., Robert B., and Sue S. who were honored with volunteer awards on June 29, 2017. We appreciate their exemplary service for the pets and people of our community.
Congratulations to Quimby of ResQ Animal Massage for being selected as this month's Les Schwab "Be The Change" award on KPTV.
Multnomah County Animal Services is proud to be part of a large animal-loving community where all of us work together to care for dogs and cats.