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Welcome to Animal Aid

Since its founding in 1969, Animal Aid has helped tens of thousands of companion animals through our rescue and adoption programs for homeless animals, financial and volunteer support of spay/neuter efforts, and by providing funds to guardians unable to pay for urgent veterinary care.

We receive no tax dollars, and thus our work is only made possible by your generous support. Learn more about our mission and ways you can help.

Xander: Iím a friendly cat looking for a home full of toys and affection. Iím a big boy who enjoys playtime. I love chasing a wand toy or relaxing next to you.

CLICK HERE to read more about Xander...

Fred Meyer Community Rewards - Where shipping and giving unite

Sign up for the Community Rewards program by linking your Fred Meyer Rewards Card to Animal Aid at www.fredmeyer.com/communityreward. You can search for us by our name (make sure you see our Portland address) or by our non-profit number 93382. Then, every time you shop and use your Rewards Card, you are helping Animal Aid earn a donation! 


Yikes! We're low on premium dry cat food! Can you help? CLICK to check our Wish List for preferred foods.

Mayday! Foster homes for cats needed immediately! The Multnomah Co. Humane Society is full to capacity, as are Animal Aid and the other shelters that absorb county overflow.
If we can enlist temporary foster homes to take in cats until we have room in the shelter, we can save lives!



Animal Aid in the Community

Animal Aid and its volunteers actively support other animal welfare groups in the Portland Metro area.

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Immediate Need for Foster Homes for Cats

The county shelter is full and asking for help.

Please contact us as soon as possible if you are able to provide a temporary home to a kitty in need.

Animal Aid covers all costs while foster families provide the day-to-day care and lots of love.

Please email: or CLICK HERE to learn more about our foster program and download an application.

 


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