Nearly 100 Animals Seized from Woofin Palooza Forfeited to MCAS
A Multnomah County Circuit Court judge has ruled that many dogs and cats seized from an unlicensed facility named Woofin Palooza are now eligible for adoption.
At this time, community members aren't able to visit the shelter to browse adoption kennels, and adoptions are limited to the virtual process.
- Like a cowboy, I'm always ready to roam the range and follow the chuck wagon. I love my food, and will quickly eat my meals and treats.
- I'm not a big fan of sharing and will scout out food on counters so will need food storage and management by my new owners.
- The shelter is recommending a harness or head halter to make our walks more enjoyable while I'm learning to walk nicely.
- Due to some handling sensitivity and potential food guarding the shelter also recommends kids 5 and up if there are any in my new home.
- Also on my short list of must haves is a securely fenced yard and lots of supervision as I am known to be quite the escape artist.
- I have lived with other dogs but will need to take introductions to any new dogs properly and slowly.
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