Portland, OR. Do you need a kitten like six-month-old Craisin? She’s one of close to 200 felines available at the Oregon Humane Society at a reduced rate so the organization can make room for a large influx of cats and kittens coming from Florida in the wake of Hurricane Michael. Adoption fees are being reduced to $15 for adult cats, age 6 months and older, and $75 for kittens on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The goal is to find homes for the close to 200 felines currently at OHS waiting for a home. Pets can be viewed here – https://www.oregonhumOHS October cat adoption special

Here’s a sample of the furry faces that are up for adoption:



Miss Pandora


OHS is assisting shelters in Florida devastated by Hurricane Michael by taking in approximately 100 cats and kittens to find their forever home in Oregon. These pets were in shelters before the storm hit and moving them out of the area frees up resources for pets and pet owners needing help.

All adoptions include vaccines, spay/neuter, microchip, one month of pet insurance for Oregon residents, a health exam with a vet of your choosing and a coupon from Mud Bay.

OHS hours for viewing and meeting pets are 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 10 a.m. to 3:30 pm on Sunday. Visit https://www.oregonhumane.org/adopt/?type=cats for more information

The shelter is located at 1067 NE Columbia Blvd., Portland, OR 97211. Directions here.

From Oregon Humane Society:

The Oregon Humane Society is the Northwest’s oldest and largest humane society, with one of the highest adoption rates in the nation. OHS receives no government funds for its adoption, education, medical and behavior programs. Visit oregonhumane.org for more information.