Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) will only offer critical services, and limit shelter access until further notice, effective March 17, 2020.
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Amanda T. has quickly distinguished herself as an advanced dog handler and mentor with a great deal of compassion for animals at the shelter.
MCAS hosted an Animals in Emergencies workshop with regional animal care & control, law enforcement, emergency management, and others to increase emergency preparedness and resiliency.
Wade Sadler is focused on making services more accessible, providing cutting-edge care to animals, and making their stay less stressful and more humane.
Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) is now seeking applications for membership on the Multnomah County Animal Services Community Advisory Committee (MCAS-CAC).
There is an abundance of adoptable bunnies at MCAS. These gentle animals are curious, sweet, and make excellent pets with the right preparation.
Friends of Multnomah County Shelter Animals is accepting applications for volunteers to serve as board members.
A volunteer since 2017, Holly J. is dedicated to helping shelter dogs find the right matches in her role as an Adoption Information Desk Volunteer.
Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) is grateful for a recent donation from Banfield Pet Hospital and the Banfield Foundation.
Draw for your adoption promotion during Hallmark Channel's Kitten Bowl VII Adoption Special Event from January 31 - February 2.