Clear the Shelters is a national movement to find every shelter animal a permanent home. Last year, over 50,000 animals nationwide found forever homes. This year the Tulsa SPCA and several other animal rescue organizations are coming together to adopt out as many animals as possible in a single day. Last year, 400 animals were adopted from Tulsa area shelters, meaning that in reality, 800 were saved.
The ones that went home with families and the ones were able to rescue to replace them. This year we hope save even more lives. Below is a list of other participating rescue organizations in Tulsa: Animal Aid of Tulsa, Woodland West Animal Hospital – 9360 S. Union Ave. Tulsa, OK $25 dogs, cats 918-794-6688 Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF) – 5201 S. Yale Ave, Tulsa, OK Bixby Animal Rescue Network – 15606 S.
Memorial Drive, Bixby OK $75 dogs, $150 cats 918-955-1914 Broken Arrow Animal Shelter – 4121 E. Omaha St, Broken Arrow, OK Humane Society of Tulsa – 6232 E. 60th St., Tulsa, OK Okmulgee Humane Society – 1239 N. Okmulgee Ave, Okmulgee, OK Pet Angels Rescue- petangelsrescue.org $150 dogs, $75 cats 405-413-2895 Tulsa Animal Welfare – 3031 North Erie Ave, Tulsa, OK $10 918-596-8000 Tulsa SPCA – 2910 Mohawk Blvd.
Tulsa, OK Name your price 918-428-7722 Washington County SPCA – 16620 OK-123, Bartlesville, OK $75 dogs, $50 cats 918-440-1303 These rescues will be at Woodland Hills Mall on Saturday August 19th 10AM-5PM: Cleveland Area Pound Pals, Dillard’s Court $65 dogs, $35 cats 918-845-2990 Sapulpa Animal Shelter, Dillard’s Court $40 dogs, $25 cats 918-227-2722 Oklahoma Alliance for Animals, Dillard’s Court 918-742-3700 Tall Tails Rescue/Wagoner Animal Shelter, Dillard’s Court $60 dogs & cats 918-606-4149 CARE-Compassionate Animal Rescue Efforts, Macy’s Court $150 dogs, $200 puppies 918-277-6235 Double D Delightful Dogs, Macy’s Court $75-100 dogs & cats City of Glenpool Animal Shelter, Sears’s Court $75 dogs, $55 cats 918-322-8110 Puppy Haven Rescue, Macy’s Court $200-270 918-550-1515 Rainy Days Rescue, Sear’s Court $65 dogs/cats 918-844-9395 For any questions on Clear the Shelters email cadams@tulsaspca.
org or call 918-428-7722 ext. 28.See Also: West Kendall Animal Hospital
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