How to Volunteer

Want to do good in your community and get a regular furry-friend fix? Become a volunteer at the Tulsa SPCA! We rely on people like you to help us with our day-to-day operations, adoptions processing, dog and cat socialization, mobile adoption events, and more!

When you volunteer at the Tulsa SPCA, you’re joining a family of volunteers and staff committed to providing love and support for the homeless cats and dogs in our care. As a volunteer, you’ll be helping homeless animals receive the loving care and second chances for happiness they deserve. Below are the different volunteer opportunities we offer.

To volunteer, please:

  • Make sure you meet our volunteer requirements
  • Submit a volunteer application online (see below)
  • Attend an orientation session available every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday between 12:00 and 5:00 at our main location on Mohawk Blvd.
  • Complete all final paperwork following orientation
  • Sign up for shifts online and help us achieve our mission!

 

Volunteer Requirements

Required Age

  • Ages 18 and over: no restrictions
  • Ages 16-17: may volunteer independently with signed parent release only
  • Ages 9-15: may volunteer with parent supervision only

 

Required Training

All volunteers must complete orientation before volunteering. Orientations are held every Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday, between 12:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. at our main location on Mohawk Blvd. Orientation and training last approximately 45 minutes. All volunteers are required to have their own health insurance; please bring your health insurance card and a valid government-issued ID with you to orientation. To register for a Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday orientation please email dadams@tulsaspca.org or call 918-428-7722, ext. 31.

Click here to fill out the Tulsa SPCA volunteer application.

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8 hours ago

Tulsa SPCA

Sundays are always better with an adopted pet by your side! ...

 

Comment on Facebook

Wiley's doing great with us!!!

I adopted Adam. I love him so much! I love SPCA. They do a great job putting cats & dogs w/people. A great place!

Do they get micro chipped when they get adopted? I know that they get spayed or neutered. So I was just wondering.

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13 hours ago

Tulsa SPCA

Cayenne, the Tulsa SPCA Cat of the Week, is still available for adoption! Come by to meet her today. We are open until 4pm!TULSA SPCA CAT OF THE WEEK!

Looking for a quiet feline friend with a sweet disposition? Cayenne is the cat for you! She is so calm and docile here, living it up in our cat colony room, surrounded by other cats she tolerates well. Cayenne has not always had an easy life; she spent quite a bit of time this summer fending for herself and her kittens after being abandoned when her owner moved away. She and Cherish, another cat abandoned by the same people, raised their litters together with a little help from a friendly neighbor who kept them well fed. Thanks to the Tulsa SPCA and the good samaritan who cared for them, both mothers and kittens were given a new lease on life! Cherish and Cayenne were pretty shy at first so one of our fosters took them in to remind them how great people can be. All of their kittens have been adopted, Cherish found her home, and now Cayenne is patiently waiting to meet her forever family. Is that family yours?
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Cayenne, the Tulsa SPCA Cat of the Week, is still available for adoption! Come by to meet her today. We are open until 4pm!

 

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Yes

Don't they get micro chipped when they get adopted.

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2 days ago

Tulsa SPCA

HAPPY TAIL!

"Ari now "Leo" is doing great and is the perfect fit in our family. He is so good with our children and they adore him. So sweet and playful!"
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HAPPY TAIL!

Ari now Leo is doing great and is the perfect fit in our family. He is so good with our children and they adore him. So sweet and playful!
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