Multnomah County Animal Services Volunteers Laura H. and Alison F. were busy throughout the year taking professional photos of adoptable pets. We produced a 2019 wall calendar of their most memorable work in 2018, now available for $10 at the shelter! Buy the perfect gift to benefit shelter pets. Quantities are limited!
We asked, and our community of supporters delivered in the form of a new freezer, and over 190 new kongs for canine enrichment. Can you help fill the kongs by donating peanut butter and wet dog food?
Multnomah County Animal Services is honored to have been selected as a recipient of PetPros “For the Love of Pets” 2017 Holiday Giving Campaign. Stop by a local Portland, Vancouver, Hillsboro, or Clackamas PetPros this holiday season to contribute and make a difference in the life of a pet. #FortheLoveofPets
Multnomah County Animal Services Participates in the Blue Buffalo Home 4 the Holidays Campaign! Learn about the worldwide movement to adopt shelter pets during the holidays, and how you can enter the #IChoseToRescue contest to win a year supply of Blue Buffalo pet food, and donations for pets at MCAS.
Zappos For Good and North Shore Animal League America teamed up with Multnomah County Animal Services for "Friends on Us Fridays" on November 17, 2017. All adoption fees for pets in the shelter were waived for adopters. That means Multnomah County residents only had to pay the license fee to take their forever friend home! During the adoption special, 29 kittens, 15 dogs, and 12 cats
Adoption fees were 50% off for all senior pets six years and older during the "Fall" in Love with a Senior Pet Adoption Special at Multnomah County Animal Services. The special took place from Friday, October 20 to Sunday, October 22 at the Troutdale shelter and other Portland adoption locations.
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.
When a mother cat was trapped to be spayed, but her kittens scattered, Vivian went kitten fishing to humanely trap the kittens to stay with their mother.
We are so appreciative of the many offers to help animals impacted by the fires and evacuations in the Columbia Gorge. The desire to help with this local disaster is clearly very strong.
Multnomah County Commissioner, Jessica Vega Pederson, adopted a new family member in July! "Marie Curie is an energetic, loving, eight-week-old kitten who has made fast friends everywhere she’s gone." Congratulations to Commissioner Vega Pederson and Marie Curie! #MCAShappyadoptions