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View the November 2020 monthly report of animal intakes, outcomes, and other key metrics measured at Multnomah County Animal Services.
Congratulations to Jim G., nominated and chosen as the December 2020 Volunteer of the Month.
Congratulations to Officer Pelland, celebrating five years of service to the pets and people of Multnomah County as an Animal Services Officer.
Congratulations to Jen H., celebrating twenty (20) years as a staff member at MCAS. Jen has been involved in many changes to improve the standing of pets in our shelter and in our community.
MCAS is providing context for 2019 Asilomar report figures- live release outcomes, humane euthanasia considerations, and increasing life-saving capacity.
Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) is suspending intake of stray and community cats, except for cases where the cat is sick or injured, or in immediate danger due to cruelty and neglect
Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) waives impound and board fees for stray pets brought to the shelter.
Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) will provide a grace period for pet licensing requirements during the current state of emergency.