February 3, 2015
Find a furry valentine during Be My Valentine Adoption Weekend, Feb. 13-15.
CAT volunteers and adoption counselors will be on-site at our local adoption locations to help you find the purrfect match. All cats are spayed/neutered, up-to-date on vaccines, microchipped, and ready to go home with you for a lifetime of love!
$25 special adoption fee during the event for all adult cats (age 1 Read More »
January 16, 2015
The first cat café in the Pacific Northwest, Purringtons Cat Lounge opens Saturday, January 24, 2015
Portland-area cat lovers can get a taste of the cat café trend sweeping the nation when Purringtons Cat Lounge opens its doors on Saturday, January 24. The first of its kind in Portland and the sixth “cat café” to open in the United States, Purringtons Cat Lounge will house cats for Read More »
November 26, 2014
The Cat Adoption Team (CAT) is participating in #GivingTuesday, a worldwide effort to celebrate and encourage generosity. On Tuesday, December 2, 2014, charities, families, businesses, and individuals around the globe will join together to show their support of charitable organizations.
August 6, 2014
More than 50% of pet cats in the United States are overweight, according to the latest research. To change that, the volunteer team at CAT’s adoption center inside the Petco Tualatin (8775 Tualatin-Sherwood Rd.) has developed a “kitty spa” to help some full-figured CAT cats become their healthiest selves.
June 19, 2014
An eight-week old kitten has become quite the little traveler after being found in a car engine compartment in southwest Portland last week.
The kitten, named Lil’ Motor, was taken to DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital at just before midnight on June 12 after being found in a car engine compartment. Though his gray and white fur was dirty with motor oil, a veterinary examination Read More »
May 16, 2014
Thanks to the incredible support of our donors and generous grant funding, the Cat Adoption Team (CAT) continues to make housing improvements at its Sherwood shelter. The purpose of these changes is to enhance the health and welfare of all cats and kittens in the shelter’s care, ensuring that both physical and emotional needs are being met. Such adjustments are not only good for cats Read More »