Read our 2022 Friends Forever™ recap here, and our alumni stories below:
Murphy’s owner secured his future through the Forever Friends Program. You can plan for the care of your pet if they outlive you, so they will always have a loving home.
Cat Guy Never Gave Up His Cats
Two super senior cats know what it is like to be loved. They have been adored and cherished for two decades by a man who rescued them from a rough beginning.
A Commitment to Our Beloved Pets
These pets were enrolled in Oregon Humane Society’s Friends ForeverTM program after their owners included OHS in their estate plans. Planning for the care of pets if they outlive us can be an emotional process.
Vicki aka Queen Victoria
Telly & Grover
Ollie and Rusty
Meet Sweetie and Tinkerbell!
Zuzu and Zander
Caring For a Friend
New Family Welcomes First Feline
Supporters of OHS have incredible hearts and incredible pets. As a donor relations manager, I have the pleasure of getting to know some of these amazing people.
Two Senior Felines Find Loving Homes
One Year Later: Mac & Wylie
Friends Forever Finds Clyde a New Home
Tuxedo Cat, Shaggy, Finds New Home After Owner’s Passing
In December 2013, loyal OHS supporter Susan Powers* was being treated for cancer. Although she was optimistic about her prognosis, she contacted OHS to make a plan for her two cats.
Bonded Pair Baby & Cookie Find A Home
Finding a home for a “bonded pair” can be challenging, particularly when they are mature dogs like Baby and Cookie. The pair of toy poodles had lived with each other nearly their entire lives, and needed to find a new home where they could continue to live together.