Oregon Humane Society


Adopt a Little Ray of Sunshine


April 13-19, adopt pets like Kiki for just half the regular adoption fee!



Brighten up your spring with a furry ray of sunshine from OHS. Starting this Sunday, every adult dog and cat (including Kiki—pictured at left) will have their adoption fees reduced by half!


The Little Ray of Sunshine special begins at 10 am on April 13 and runs through Saturday, April 19. The 50% discount applies to every cat and dog who is one year old or older. Start looking at little rays of sunshine here.





Find Love at Any Age


Every Tuesday at OHS: adoption specials for people age 60 and up



Every Tuesday OHS offers an adoption special for people age 60 and up. A select group of 20 pets will be available for adoption to seniors at no charge every Tuesday. All other pets will have their adoption fees reduced by $50 when they are adopted by individuals over 60 on Tuesday. Special cannot be combined with other offers.


OHS recognizes that a pet can not only make you feel young at heart, but pets may keep you healthier. Researchers have documented that living with pets is associated with lower blood pressure and less anxiety.


OHS will select the 20 pets each week by looking at personality traits that will be a good fit for a mature household. If a perfect match cannot be found among the 20 free pets, all other pets at the shelter will be $50 off the listed adoption fee (only for individuals 60 years of age or older).



Two for One Cats and Kittens


Adopt two cats or kittens for the adoption fee of one at OHS




Adopt any adult cat or kitten and take home a second cat or kitten FREE! Due to popular demand, this offer has been extended indefinitely. OHS is stocked with lots of kittens and adult cats who all need wonderful homes: please consider adopting a pair! Special cannot be combined with other offers.


A Few Reasons Why Two Cats Are Better Than One


Double the fun, half the trouble! Kittens (and many adult cats) enjoy having a playmate. To save your plants from being chewed or your couch from being shredded, adopt a pair of kittens and they'll keep each other entertained and out of trouble.


Buddy up and burn calories. One of the biggest health concerns for pet cats is weight. Obesity can cause many issues and diseases. Cats love to sleep their days away, but with a friend around, they'll spend more time chasing each other, playing together and being more active. They'll get more exercise and be less likely to gain unnecessary pounds.


You get to save two lives. Perhaps the most rewarding reason for adopting two cats instead of one is knowing that you've given the gift of life, love and happiness to not just one but TWO cute cats. Adopt a pair and be a hero to two new friends.