Cat and pet resources are important to keep your beloved friend healthy, happy, and energetic. We know it can be overwhelming even knowing where to start to locate basic help for your pet. That's why we've put together this list that we know will help you find the right pet resources for your friend.

Furry Friends knows each and every one of these pet resource places personally.

Low Cost Spay and Neuter

Feral Cat Coalition of Oregon LogoFeral Cat Coalition of Oregon

feralcats.com
503-797-2606
Stray/feral cats and kitten spay/neuter available to anyone. Low-cost donation requested, includes vaccinations and flea treatment. Humane trap loans for refundable deposit.

Justice for Animal Wellfare Society Cat and DogJustice for Animal Welfare Society (JAWS)

jawsspayneuter.org
360-693-8521
Spay/neuter for dogs and cats of low-income families in Southwest WA

Oregon Spay and Neuter PawsOregon Spay & Neuter Fund (OS/NF)

oregonspayneuter.org
503-286-2411
Dog and cat spay/neuter. OS/NF partners with veterinary clinics to offer low-cost sterilization with no income restrictions.

 

People United For Animals (PUFA)

spayneuteryourpet.org
360-887-0670
Spay/neuter assistance for dogs and cats in low-income households in southwest Washington and western Oregon.

Second Chance Companions Logo of dog and catSecond Chance Companions

sccpets.com
360-687-4569
Dog and cat spay/neuter. Low-cost donation requested.

Spay and Save LogoSpay and Save Program

asapmetro.org/spay-and-save or spaysave.org
(800) 345-SPAY (7729)
Spay & Save is a program of the Animal Shelter Alliance of Portland (ASAP). Offers $10-$20 spay/neuter surgeries for cats and kittens of low-income families in the Clackamas, Multnomah, Washington and Clark counties (Includes Humane Society of Southwest Washington). Spay & Save services are by appointment only and pet owners must be able to prove that they are receiving government assistance or qualify as a low income household.

Medical

Declawing is amputation

The Paw Project educates the public about why declawing is inhumane. Many people, including animal lovers, do not realize that declawing is a surgical procedure in which the animal's toes are amputated at the last joint. A portion of the bone, not just the nail, is removed. Declawing may result in permanent lameness, arthritis, and other long-term complications. The practice, although common in the United States, is actually illegal in many countries. Great Britain's Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons goes so far as to declare declawing "unnecessary mutilation."

Read more about declawing cats here http://www.pawproject.org/

Care Credit
Care Credit Logo Icon

carecredit.com
1-800-365-8295
Care Credit offers a line of credit for pet services.

CareCredit helps you pay for out-of-pocket healthcare expenses for you, your family, and even your pets! Once you are approved, you can use it again and again* to help manage health, wellness, and personal care costs not covered by insurance. Check their web site for more information.

Dove Lewis nonprofit hospital

Dove Lewis non-profit hospital Logo

dovelewis.org
Velvet Assistance Fund

How Does the Velvet Assistance Fund Work?

  • Eligible clients may apply for Velvet Assistance.
  • DoveLewis staff determines who will receive help from the Velvet Fund. Help is given on a case-by-case basis.
  • Before they may apply for help from the Velvet Assistance Fund, DoveLewis clients must first fill out a Care Credit application. If clients receive Care Credit, they must fully utilize this option before receiving money from the Velvet Fund.
Good Neighbor Vet cat and dog vaccine clinic

goodneighborvet.com
888-234-1350

Convenient, Quality Pet Care at Affordable Prices. Clinics are held on Saturdays and Sundays at area locations. Check the web site for locations and times.

Portland Metro Animal Shelters and Rescue Organizations

Pet Friendly Portland Logo Paw

petfriendlypdx.com/adopt
Lists many different shelters and rescue organizations in the area.

Pet Food Assistance

Lend-A-Paw: Pet Food Assistance, service of the Humane Society for Southwest WashingtonLend-A-Paw: Pet Food Assistance

https://southwesthumane.org/community/support-for-families

If you live in Clark County and are facing hard times, the Humane Society for Southwest Washington offers the Lend-A-Paw program to provide occasional pet food assistance to those in need. To qualify, you or a child in the home must be receiving government assistance in the form of Section 8, food stamps, WIC, TANF, SSI, Medicaid, AFDC, Oregon Health Plan, or EBT. Those who qualify may receive assistance with cat or dog food one time per month. Pet food distribution is based upon availability of donated pet food supplies and is not guaranteed. Please call in advance to determine if we have food available.

The Pongo Fund Food BowlThe Pongo Fund

thepongofund.org/the-pet-food-bank/if-you-need-help/
503-939-7555
Offers dog & cat food monthly the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month. Need proof of address and government issued photo id. Portland OR. Their  pet food bank address is 3632 SE 20th, Portland, Oregon. Please check their web site for information and restrictions before visiting them.

Justice for Animal Wellfare Society Cat and DogJustice for Animal Welfare Society (JAWS)

jawsspayneuter.org
360-693-8521 -Southwest Washington

They help low income, elderly, disabled and homeless persons get their pets altered.

 

Portland Animal Welfare (PAW) Team

http://www.pawteam.org/

503-535-3844
Providing veterinary care & pet care supplies to people who are homeless or in poverty.

Second Chance Companions Logo of dog and catSecond Chance Companions AniMeals

sccpets.org
AniMeals is one service provided by Second Chance Companions to seniors, disabled and needy individuals in Clark County Washington. We distribute pet food free of charge to Meals on Wheels recipients, individuals in assisted living and senior facilities, and area food banks. This enables individuals to keep their companion animals, providing a special quality to their lives and saving their pets from an uncertain fate.

SW Washington Rescues

Itty Bitty Kitties

360-910-2835
ittybittykitties@live.com
Orphaned kittens needing bottle feeding.

Second Chance companions

Second Chance Companions Logo Graphic

sccpets.com
360-687-4569
info@sccpets.com

Founded in 1993, Second Chance Companions is a 501(c) 3 non-profit pet organization dedicated to helping animals in SW Washington and the Portland Metro area. They are a humane, no-kill organization staffed entirely by dedicated volunteers.

Although they do not run an independent shelter, they feed, care for, adopt out, and spay & neuter as many animals as possible. In addition, they educate the community and are always seeking volunteers and resources that help them to accomplish their mission.

Tender Care Animal Rescue

Tender Care Animal Rescue Logo

tendercareanimalrescue.org
360-909-8090
We provide temporary shelter and medical care for adoptable animals facing euthanasia in shelters, until they are adopted into a loving permanent home through our adoption program. For this reason we have limited space for owner surrenders. Due to the legalities of strays, we do not accept them.

West Columbia Gorge Humane Society

West Columbia Humane Society Paw

wcghs.org
Washougal, WA