For needs that go beyond what our rescue can assist with, we’ve compiled the following resource lists from organizations throughout the community. (Click on the icons below to open each PDF resource packet in a new window or download the packets, depending on your computer settings.)
Please note: It is our goal to keep these lists as up-to-date as possible; however, in consideration of your time and the needs of your animals, we highly encourage individuals to contact the organizations listed before stopping by their physical location to find out if any changes have been made to their programs, eligibility criteria, or pricing for services.
Need to inquire with us about rehoming your animal?
Animal Aid accepts owner-surrendered cats and dogs* on a case-by-case basis, depending on the space available in our shelter (for cats only) or foster homes (for dogs and cats). Depending on why you are considering rehoming your animal, you may find some of the resources listed above in our Rehoming Packet or Veterinary & Financial Services Packet helpful, as these outline alternatives to rehoming and assistance available within the community.
For dog inquiries: Please visit our Dog Surrender page to learn more about our process and complete our surrender inquiry form: https://www.animalaidpdx.org/dog-surrender-form/. Please note: Completing the form does not guarantee that Animal Aid will be able to assist you and your dog, and the surrender process is not finalized until the animal has been legally signed into Animal Aid’s care. You may also reach out to our Foster Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For cat inquiries: Please visit our Cat Surrender page to learn more about our process and complete our surrender inquiry form: https://www.animalaidpdx.org/
*If your cat or dog was adopted through Animal Aid and you need assistance, please reach out to us at email@example.com, as we maintain a lifetime commitment to our rescue animals.