We are continuing to ask that all visitors, including children, wear a mask at all times while inside (no face shields or neck gaiters, please). We appreciate your understanding and cooperation−thank you!
We are currently open on select Saturdays. Click here for more info about our open Saturdays each month.
Meet Your Furever Friend
Our adoptables can’t wait to find their match!
Howdy-do! My name’s Cindy and I’m a very special girl who has undergone quite a journey ever since coming into Animal Aid’s care. I am sweet as sugar, way smart, and beyond excited to find a patient, loving, and experienced furever home! Read More
Meow! I'm the cuddly and opinionated Delray! I'm a big love with some food allergies. Read More
Hi there! I’m the sweet, smart, and sometimes sassy Jack! I am waiting to find a patient, loving family to call my very own. Read More
Be sure to add these events to your calendar!
Find your center (and maybe a little cat fur?) by joining us for Yoga with Cats at the Animal Aid shelter! Hosted by yoga instructor Bonny Chipman, this class is open to all experience levels and will take place in Animal Aid’s largest free-roam cat room, alongside some of our adoptables!
It’s time for our annual garage sale, where you can discover treasures for you and your companions! Most items will be name-your-own-price. The sale takes place at SW Auto Body, just down the hill from the Animal Aid shelter along Beaverton-Hillsdale Hwy.
Find your center (and maybe a little pet fur?) by joining us for a VIRTUAL yoga class. This time, we’re asking you to supply the cats…or any other animal companions! Hosted by yoga instructor Bonny Chipman, this online class is open to all experience levels and will take place via Zoom.
Learn how we assist animals at our shelter and in the community.
We operate a free-roam shelter for cats and foster program for dogs and cats. We commit to the animals we rescue for life, including post-adoption support and a lifetime return policy.
We specialize in helping animals we call Heartstrings Pets. These longer-term rescues may be senior animals, under-socialized or shy animals, or animals with medical or behavioral needs.
Animal Aid Cares Fund
The Cares Fund is a partnership with local veterinarians and trainers to assist with urgent medical or behavioral care. Since 2011, the fund has provided over $60,000 in lifesaving grants.
It takes a pack program
Formally established in 2021, this community supply sharing initiative distributes surplus animal food and supply donations to other rescues, groups, and animal guardians in need.