Portland Audubon

Founded in 1902, Portland Audubon is one of the oldest conservation organizations in the nation. It promotes the understanding, enjoyment and protection of native birds, other wildlife and their habitats through its conservation and environmental education programs, its 172-acre Nature Sanctuary and Nature Store in northwest Portland, and its Wildlife Care Center. The organization has played a key role in some of Oregon’s most important environmental achievements, including the enactment of the nation’s first state law protecting wild birds; the protection of the state’s first wildlife refuges at Three Arch Rocks, Malheur and Klamath; and the listing of the northern spotted owl under the federal Endangered Species Act.

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Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon

The Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon's mission is to improve the welfare and reduce the population of feral and stray cats through spay/neuter programs and education.

Also known as FCCO, we are a non-profit spay/neuter program that was founded in 1995. We have helped more than 95,000 cats and are the leading spay/neuter program in the metro-region for cats.

Our services for feral and stray cats include the surgery, vaccines and flea treatment for a suggested donation of $30 per cat - though no one is turned away if they can't contribute. These services are known as trap-neuter-return.

We also provide low-cost spay/neuter and wellness services for pet cats.

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Bonnie L. Hays Animal Shelter | Washington County Animal Services

Washington County Animal Services, located at the Bonnie Hays Animal Shelter, helps lost animals get home safely, licenses dogs, enforces animal cruelty laws, protects citizens from dangerous animals, and finds new families for abandoned pets through adoption and transfers to shelter and rescue partners.

Located in Hillsboro, our shelter is a transfer clinic for the ASAP Spay & Save program and we are proud to have a return-to-owner rate for cats that is more than quadruple the national average.

Our mission is to provide a safe haven for animals in transition, protect animals from harm, and provide tools to the residents of our County to live safely, responsibly and respectfully with animals.

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Multnomah County Animal Services

Multnomah County Animal Services (MCAS) is the only open door shelter in Portland. We are the primary agency responsible for lost pet care, animal abuse investigations and animal rescue in Multnomah County. We also offer dog and cat licensing, lost and found pet services, and animal adoptions through our shelter in Troutdale. MCAS is a Division of the Multnomah County Department of Community Services.

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