Hey! Nikki’s the name, and ping pong’s my game! I’m a lively 4-year-old lady who spends her days chattering at my friend the squirrel outside my window. I’m a petite Tabby with loads of purrsonality. As you can see, I’ve got one nicked ear, which I call my beauty mark (gives me a little character, right?!). I’ve had some food allergies, but they’re under control with a limited ingredient diet. I am very talkative and can’t wait to tell you everything! While in the shelter I’ve come to enjoy cat-savvy kids. Come meet me! I know we are going to fall in love! To learn more about me or make a date, call 503-292-6628 or visit animalaidpdx.org.
This guy has soulful eyes and tons of love to give. He likes gentle dogs and may be ok with dog-savvy cats. His ideal family will be adults who will walk him and throw lots of tennis balls — his favorite! This sweet goofball has been at Greenhill since February; staff say he’s a gem who no one seems to be noticing. Come see him! You might just fall in love. Buddy is at Greenhill, 541-689-1503 | green-hill.org.
This gorgeous, healthy 2-3-yo purebred Poodle was found stray at a state park. He landed at animal control where he struggled, and no one came to claim him. He got a bad-boy rep after getting nippy with a shelter volunteer who moved in too fast. Felix can be sweet and loving, loves his toys, and sometimes just needs a little space. He’s housetrained, great on leash and in the car, and … no shedding! He is dog selective, okay with cats, and will do best in a family of adults or with older teens. He needs a secure yard and regularly grooming. To learn more or meet this beautiful boy, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This sweet youngster (3) lost his great home to a fire. He LOVES "his people" but takes some time to warm up so is an ideal foster-to-adopt kid. Great with other dogs, Jorge is housebroken and crate trained. Learn more or arrange to meet him at Oregondogrescue.org.
Hi there! I’m a big boy with big love to give! Despite my size I am very gentle with all people! I love a comfy spot in a cat bed or even the floor if the sun is shining. I’m an outgoing cat who likes petting, play, and treats anytime. Bring me a wand toy and I’ll chase play until it’s time for rest and loves.
I'm about six years old, so mature enough not to tear up curtains or attack your feet. I'm looking forward to meeting you! Please come see me at Animal Aid during visiting hours, or call 503-292-6628 option 3.
With a name like mine, you know I’m as sweet as they come! I’m just a year old, so we’ll be friends forever! I am gentle, I sit and lie down when asked, and politely accept offered treats. And kisses? I LOVE kisses! If you are looking for a "forever friend," I am looking for a "forever home" — Lol, that's a match! Please come meet me! Or learn more at Clackamas County Dog Services, clackamas.us/dogs/ or 503-655-8628.
This awesome 2-year-old is always wagging his tail! A possible Corgi mix, Normie is 18 lbs of sensitive boy. He needs a calm, dog-experienced family of adults or with older kids who understand his fears — is not good with other dogs and is possessive of food, treats and toys. He is crate-, house- and leash-trained, and loves to explore, so needs a fully fenced yard. He loves to play and snuggle. To learn more or meet this lil pip, email email@example.com.
This year-old Sharpei mix was a stray and needs an active home where she can get tons of exercise and daily playtime with her humans. She is dog selective but could live with another high-energy pup. Learn more or arrange to meet her at Oregondogrescue.org.
Hi, I’m Yuki! I’m a cute tan Dachshund mix weighing in at 16lbs. I’m a young man; they think I was born around Feb. 1, 2014. I’m an energetic little lowrider and I love to run and play! I’m also a sweet cuddly guy. I don’t like to be left alone for long periods, so I’d love a family who has plenty of love and attention to give me. I'll let you know if someone's at the door, but I'm not a yapper! I have a great smile, a tail that never stops, and I’m quick to make friends! I am currently living with a foster family. You can meet me by contacting Animal Aid at 503-292-6628 option 3 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Found as a stray kitten by a Good Samaritan, Taylor is a little shy at first, but she warms up and is oh-so-sweet! She loves other cats and makes friends easily, she’ll fit right in with another cat or two. She is gentle and affectionate with people too — it just takes her a bit to get to know you. Learn more about Taylor at catadoptionteam.org or call 503-925-8903.