Adopt a Pet in central Oklahoma | News OK

Thank you for considering adopting a pet from an Oklahoma rescue or animal shelter
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Saturday February 9th, 2013 all OK Humane cats and dogs will be fee-waived (meaning FREE) to adopt! This special is valid at the OK Humane Adoption Center from 11-7pm at 7500 N. Western Avenue in Oklahoma City. We’ll also have free to adopt cats at the Edmond PetSmart (starting at 11am) and I-240 PetSmart (starting at 9am).
Pet Adoption and Welfare Services of Oklahoma, Inc
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Please visit our page for a list of Oklahoma rescues with whom we work. Also, join OAA on Saturdays each month from 12-4 pm at as we lend a hand to help match clients with the perfect pet. Of course, anyone can adopt a pet from Tulsa Animal Welfare during their normal hours of operation, Tuesday through Friday from noon to 6 pm and Saturdays noon to 4 pm. Oklahoma Aussie Rescue has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Bixby, OK.
Photo provided by FlickrPekes and You Pekingese Rescue - Oklahoma Chapter has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Oklahoma City, OK.
Photo provided by FlickrForever Yours Dog Rescue has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Oklahoma City, OK.
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Pets & People Humane Society is a non-profit, no-kill humane society run by volunteers that rescues adoptable dogs and cats from 21 municipal Animal Control facilities across the State of Oklahoma on the day they are to be euthanized. We provide a safe harbor until the animal is adopted to responsible, loving homes. All pets are spayed or neutered to help end the vicious cycle of homeless pets.Thank you for considering adopting a pet from an Oklahoma rescue or animal shelter. By choosing to adopt your pet, not only will you gain a four-legged best friend that is forever grateful for a second chance at life, but your personal actions will also move us closer to ending Oklahoma’s pet overpopulation problem. If you are still trying to decide whether you should adopt your pet, to learn why adopting a pet is the right path.By choosing to adopt your pet, not only will you gain a four-legged best friend that is forever grateful for a second chance at life, but your personal actions will also move us closer to ending Oklahoma’s pet overpopulation problem.You will save money. When you choose to adopt a pet, the adoption fee is normally much less than what you would pay a breeder for a pet. In addition, you often times get a specific breed that would normally cost as much as several thousand dollars for a nominal adoption fee. Furthermore, most shelters and rescues in Oklahoma will see that animals they take in receive age appropriate vaccinations and be spayed or neutered before being sent home with a new owner. While you may have to pay an adoption fee, this fee is a fraction of what you might pay a breeder for a puppy that still needs to see a veterinarian.