Double the votes for your favorite pet! Get 10 bonus votes for every $10 donated, now through June 1.
Your pet is the best. You know it, your friends know it and now we're about to know it, too!
Submit your photos in the best dog, best cat, best other, and best self-quarantining pet categories and help raise funds and spread joy in times where we could all really use it!
The winning photographs in each category will receive a $100 gift card from Frame Central
, a whimsical custom pet portrait by Homme Sur La Lune
, and a special gift basket of OHS gear, pet treats, and toys donated by local businesses.
The grand prize winner will receive a Pacific Northwest gift package containing a Furbo Pet Cam
& goodies from some of our amazing West Coast supporters, and the best self-quarantining pet will win their human an Avocado Green Mattress
, a HelloTushy Bidet
, and a DIY project package from Portland's own DIY Bar
One lucky winner will even be featured on the cover of the OHS magazine!
So are you confident your pet is the handsomest of them all?
Do you want to brighten the days of those around you with the cuteness of a thousand suns that is your pet?
Do you want your pet to stand out as an ambassador and fundraiser for shelter pets in need?
Or are you simply out of toilet paper and really want to win that Bidet?
Then show – us – your – pet!
All entry and voting donations go directly to help the animals at OHS, which is needed now more than ever. There is a $10 donation to enter online and $5 donation for five votes. For more ways to enter check out our contest guidelines
Coronavirus and Pets
The Oregon Humane Society urges you to stay up to date on the latest developments and information regarding pet and human health and safety amidst COVID-19 by checking updates from the Centers for Disease Control
and the World Health Organization
, or visiting oregonhumane.org/coronavirus
. The best thing you can do to prepare for the unknown is to have an emergency plan in place just in case you find yourself unable to care for your pets.
To stay up to date on the latest developments regarding OHS and COVID-19, follow our shelter updates