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 day.

Vigo County, IN. Tompkins County, NY. San Diego, CA. Albemarle County, VA. Washoe County, NV. Dane County, WI.  Bartlesville. Stillwater. Oklahoma City.

How? It takes commitment and hard work from the community. Everyone working together.

You can make a difference.

Be part of the solution to pet homelessness in Tulsa.

Sponsor-a-Spay. Donate $50 to OAA and you can help a needy family spay or neuter their pet to prevent unwanted litters.

Volunteer Your Time. Spend the day saving lives by volunteering with OAA at Tulsa Animal Welfare. Click her to fill out a Volunteer Profile.

Spread the Word.

  • Update your Facebook status asking others to support this cause: “Join me in ending our homeless pet crisis in Tulsa.” and share a link to this page.
  • Tweet out this message: “Let’s end our homeless pet crisis in Tulsa. Be part of the solution.” Share the link to this page.
  • Talk to your friends and family about how they can help.

Spay and Neuter Your Pet. It’s the number one way to reduce the number of animals the enter shelters each year.

Make Adoption Your First Option. Adopt your next pet from a local shelter or rescue.

With your help, we can create positive change for pets in Tulsa.

Thank you for your support!


2 Responses to Getting to No More Homeless Pets in Tulsa
  1. Viva Foy
    July 1, 2011 | 5:22 pm

    Thanks for the great effort on behalf of Tulsa’s homeless pets. I’ve always thought vets could do more for the spay/neuter cause. How about a free clinic staffed once every month by a different vet to spay/neuter for free one week every month. There are a lot of vets in Tulsa and the surrounding areas.

  2. Shelli Holland-Handy
    July 13, 2011 | 8:33 pm

    Viva – thanks for your input. Actually, we are very lucky to have many vets around Tulsa and the surrounding areas provide low cost services to both the public and rescue partners. We appreciate any assistance vets can provide us as well as speaking to their existing clients about the importance of spay/neuter.

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