Oklahoma Alliance for Animals: Fur Ball 2011 - Carnevale di Animali
Rock ‘n Rescue set for June 20 at Guthrie Green in Tulsa
Rock ‘n Rescue set for June at Guthrie Green in Tu…
Posted 1 week ago

Take a few moments to “paws” for a worthy cause and find a new best friend!

Join Oklahoma Alliance for Animals (OAA) and animal welfare groups from around Green Country for…

Rock ‘n Rescue set for June at Guthrie Green in Tu…
5 Things You Can Do to Reduce Pet Overpopulation
5 Things You Can Do to Reduce Pet Overpopulation
Posted 11 months ago

Each year in Oklahoma, tens of thousands of healthy, adoptable animals are destroyed. Although great progress has been made, fewer than half of the animals that enter the Tulsa Animal…

5 Things You Can Do to Reduce Pet Overpopulation
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Fur Ball 2011 – Carnevale di Animali

Mark your calendars for the 7th Annual Fur Ball Gala! Saturday, November 5th at 6 o’clock in the evening at the Hyatt Regency in Downtown Tulsa. Click here for more details.    

Getting to No More Homeless Pets in Tulsa

Almost 12,000 animals entered the Tulsa Animal Welfare shelter in 2012. Only 651 were reclaimed by their owners. Only 2,533 were adopted. 1,056 were pulled by dedicated area rescue groups. The rest – nearly 7,500 – were destroyed because they didn’t have a home. We can turn these numbers around. Cities across the U.S. are doing it every…

5 Reasons It’s Hip to Snip

There’s nothing cooler than ending pet overpopulation. But there are other reasons you should consider spay and neuter for your pets. It reduces the number of homeless pets in area shelters. Oklahoma has a severe pet overpopulation problem and as a result, tens of thousands of pets are destroyed in our state each year due…

40 Dogs Rescued from OKC Area Puppy Mill

Click here to see video coverage from KOCO in Oklahoma City. This incident serves as a good reminder to people to be sure they are getting a dog from a reputable breeder.  While OAA strongly advocates adopting a pet from a shelter or rescue as this plays a large role in overcoming our pet overpopulation…

Save a Life – Adopt a Little Okie!

Join OAA on the last Saturday of each month from 12-4 pm at Tulsa Animal Welfare as we lend a hand to help match clients with the perfect pet.  All animals adopted on these special days receive a free id tag.  Of course, anyone can adopt a pet from Tulsa Animal Welfare during their normal…

Our Mission

OAA is committed to ending pet overpopulation, promoting responsible pet ownership and ensuring the humane treatment of companion animals.     CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE FUR BALL TICKETS NOW      

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