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Other Mothers Animal Rescue & Rehabilitation, Inc.
PO Box 8021
Portland OR 97207-8021

Phone:                (503) 444-7567


Other Mothers is a private non-profit 501(c)(3) charity
that relies exclusively on individual and business
donations.  We receive no tax dollars or government
allocations.  Your gift is fully tax-deductible.  
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Contact & Link Information
Important Links

Oregon Humane Society
PO Box 11364
1067 NE Columbia Blvd.
Portland, OR 97211-0364
(503) 285-7722 phone

Willamette Humane Society
4246 Turner Road SE
Salem, OR 97301
(503) 585-5900 phone

Cat Adoption Team
14175 SW Galbreath Drive
Sherwood, OR 97140
(503) 925-8903 phone


16300 SW Hart Road, Suite H
Beaverton, OR 97007
(503) 259-8978 phone


8670 SW Scholls Ferry Road
Beaverton, OR 97008
(503) 646-5937 phone
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Other Mothers
Animal Rescue &
Rehabilitation, Inc.
Helping dog and cat mothers in
need - makes you a friend, indeed!
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About Our Founder

Linda is the founder of Other
Mothers Animal Rescue and

After working as a volunteer
animal parent for more than ten
years, Linda was determined to
do more for newly born animals
that were too young or too
vulnerable to thrive in a shelter environment.

The goal of Other Mothers is to care for these very young
animals until they are ready to be adopted.

Other Mothers can provide the TLC these young animals
need, which frees up valuable space in shelters for
animals with immediate potential for adoption.

Linda has spent most of the past year and several
thousand dollars of her own money to make her dream
come true, including devoting a room of her new house to
caring for animals. She intends to keep gathering more
supporters and has incorporated Other Mothers as a
tax-exempt nonprofit organization.

In July of 2006, Linda received the Diamond Collar Hero
Award presented to her by the Oregon Humane Society
for her contributions.