|The non-profit dog and rescue
organization offers spay/neuter services,
pet workshops and classes, and no-interest loans
to people who can't afford the veterinary care
that their pet requires. See web site for
more information; they also have an incredible
list of local pet resources under the 'Library'
|The Cat Adoption
Team (CAT) is the Pacific Northwest’s largest
nonprofit, no-kill cat shelter with its own
full-service veterinary hospital on site.
A leader in the shelter community with its
extensive shelter medicine, adoption, and foster
care programs, CAT cares for 400 to 600 cats and
kittens on a daily basis with the help of a
dedicated team of staff and volunteers at CAT’s
shelter in Sherwood, foster homes, and various
outreach locations throughout the Portland metro
area. They also offer a cat food bank.
Click on the tab "Resources" for a very
comprehensive list of cat owner resources.
|Use the search feature to
type in 'pets' for all sorts of services
offered: pet sitting, grooming, photography,
walking, cleaning and more. Need a bed,
kennel, crate, carrier or other pet stuff?
Try the 'For Sale' section.
Coalition of Oregon
|Submission from Olivia:
"The Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon is a nonprofit
spay/neuter program for stray and feral cats.
Services include spay/neuter surgery, vaccines,
treatment for fleas, ear mites and tapeworms, pain
relief medication and an ear-tip for
identification. There's a suggested donation of
$30 per cat for these services, but any amount is
encouraged. Humane live traps are also available.
Visit www.feralcats.com to make an appointment or
|Plenty of resources
for pet training, lost pets, pet memorials, pet
friendly rentals, spay and neutering assistance,
adoption, volunteer opportunities and more.
|An online guide to all of the
doggy resources the Portland area has to offer.
Includes information such as doggy daycare, dog
washes, dog-friendly housing, dog-friendly events,
descriptions of every dog park in the region,
local resources and much more.
print magazine provides information, ideas and
events of interest for animals and their
people. The magazine is also full of coupons
for retail items, cleaning services, photos,
training and much more.
|December 2008 cover story
about pet health care. Towards the end of
the article is a nice resource list "Help for Paws
|Get to know and support your
local neighborhood pet store with your
patronage. For cost savings, you can shop at
national chains Petco and PetSmart and utilize
coupons found at CouponCabin.com
or just Google a search for coupons and the name
of the pet store. Local stores include Western
Pet Supply, Nature's
Pet Market NW Portland and Portland
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