The BottleDrop at NE 122nd Ave and NE Glisan in Portland will close at 2pm on Wed., Nov. 20 for maintenance and return to regular hours Thur., Nov. 21. The Green Bag drop door hours will not be affected.
Agave Dogs rescues adoptable, homeless dogs from areas overwhelmed with pet overpopulation and finds them loving, permanent homes near Portland, OR. We assist dogs at risk for euthanasia in high kill California shelters and off the streets of California Baja Sur.
Animal Aid is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, no-kill animal rescue and welfare organization that has been passionately serving animals and the people they love since 1969. It is our mission to reduce animal suffering by providing assistance to abused, homeless, injured, and sick animals; find loving, dependable, and nurturing forever homes for the animals in our care; actively promote the altering of all pets to reduce overpopulation; and educate the public by promoting respect for all animals, the ethic of compassion, and the need to be kind and responsible stewards.
Our mission is to rescue, shelter, and care for homeless animals and place them in permanent responsible homes; to promote and support spay/neuter for all companion animals. We have been a registered charitable organization in the Portland area since 1975.
To rescue and re-home Arabian horses at risk of shipping to slaughter, mentor youth, and educate the public on the sensitivity and versatility of the Arabian breed.
We rehabilitate our horses with the hopes that they will become adoptable companion horses. We mentor youth so that they can see the intricate demeanor and beauty of these horses. Each horse that we rescue receives individualized treatment, care, and training, so that its full potential can be realized.
Badger Run Wildlife Rehab is a 501 (c) 3, not-for-profit organization, dedicated to the care and treatment of injured and orphaned wildlife. We strive to return these creatures back to the wild, where they belong. For those unable to live free, yet able to live without pain or suffering, we provide life-long care at our facility. We use some of these birds and animals as ambassadors, to help educate the public. Through our education programs, we try to instill a love and caring for all things wild, illustrate the importance of each interdependent organism in an ecosystem, and educate the public in good stewardship of the environment.