MCAS is now only accepting outdoor adult cats that are sick, injured, abandoned, or in danger. Learn more.
Multnomah County Animal Services Officers are no longer picking up deceased small wildlife, including squirrels, opossums, or birds. Learn more about these changes, and safely disposing of deceased wildlife.
It's heating up! Protect animals from the heat by not leaving them in the car, and taking special precautions to keep them cool and safe. Resources are available, and we're here to help.
ALERT: Do not let dogs swim in or drink from the Willamette River near Cathedral Park due to current toxic algae bloom.
View the July 2022 monthly report of animal intakes, outcomes, and other key metrics for Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS).
Multnomah County Ordinance provides that an Animal Services Hearings Officer shall hold a public hearing on any properly filed appeal to Notices of Infraction (NOI), or PDD Classification.