View the April 2021 monthly report of animal intakes, outcomes, and other key metrics of services offered at Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS).
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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.
Multnomah County Animal Services adopts innovative technology from Petco Love to help reunite lost pets with their families on National Lost Dog and Cat Awareness Day.
View the March 2021 monthly report of animal intakes, outcomes, and other key metrics of services offered at Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS).
Blazer's niche has always been to foster animals most in need, who may not have made it without her help. Through the years, she has helped to expand the capacity of MCAS for young kittens.
As MCAS releases its 2020 Asilomar report, we want to provide background information about the outcomes for animals in our care and their circumstances. View the report and a detailed summary.
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.