The joy of adopting an animal from shelter services is how incredibly loving the animals are and that stands true with my new kitty Whiskers. Whiskers has not stopped purring since he came home.
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Tracy J. has always had animals, whether they were cats, dogs, chickens, or goats. So it came naturally for Tracy to want to help the animals of our community as a foster volunteer.
With kitten season in swing and cat intake restrictions due to COVID-19, MCAS has created a guide to help Multnomah County residents understand what to do if they find litters of kittens.
View the April 2021 monthly report of animal intakes, outcomes, and other key metrics of services offered at Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS).
After thirty years as a 911 supervisor, Kat B. found peace and a calling as a volunteer fostering hospice animals at Multnomah County Animal Services.
Sometimes magic strikes twice. That's the case for me, a bunny person of more than 35 years, when I have adopted from MCAS.
"Thank you so much for bringing Queen Godiva- AKA Diva- into our lives!!"
"Maggie (Ruby) has been a wonderful addition to our little family. She is so playful, cuddly, and gets along with all the grand-babies, the cat, and she absolutely adores her new big brother, Chino."
Nova (Carmen) is loving her new home and nap time with her big brother.
From April 11-17, help us celebrate the hard-working personnel of Multnomah County Animal Services offering the highest quality of care for animals in the shelter and in the field.