The animals need our help. Each of our dogs, cats, puppies and kittens deserves a loving home to spend the rest of their lives.
We regularly update our postings of adoptable dogs and cats, along with their stories when we are able to gather that information. Start here…View our Gallery of Adoptable Pets…to visit our special pets who are looking for love.
Adoptions – matching our pets with caring people – is our main focus. When you are ready to adopt a new family member, we hope you consider a rescued, homeless dog or cat to be your new companion. When you adopt a dog or cat, you are offering a new life to a grateful pet and helping us make room to take in another pet in need.
You can visit our pets at our shelter, at any of the regular appearances of our Mobile Adoption Center (MAC), click here for the up-to-date schedule. Be sure and watch for the MAC during special events such as parades, fairs or festivals.
Adoption Viewing Hours:
Monday: 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday: 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Thursday:10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Friday: 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Saturday: 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
- Puppies/Small Dogs: $150.00 (under 6 months old or less than 25 pounds)
- Dogs – $100.00
- Kittens – $90.00 (under 6 months old)
- Cats – $80.00
Adoption fees include:
- Free Microchip and 1 year registration for dogs
- Veterinary evaluation on arrival to shelter
- Spay or neuter
- Medical procedures, if necessary
Elderly Companionship Program: We encourage adoption of companion pets by senior citizens in need. We have implemented a discount of $50.00 of the adoption fee on each pet adopted by a person at least 60 years old and who otherwise meets our adoption application criteria.
At the Tulsa SPCA, our adoption fees do not cover the full expense of rescue and rehabilitation, safety, care and shelter while with us.
However, the fee does help us offset the cost of dog and cat care including veterinary evaluation on arrival and before going to a new home, tests, spay and neuter, vaccinations, medications, medical procedures and surgeries, elimination of fleas, ticks, worms. And, our shelter residents have a high quality diet, comfortable bedding and toys for entertainment, along with plenty of playtime with other four-footed friends.