Tulsa SPCA’s Response to the Coronavirus Pandemic

COVID-19 UPDATE

The Tulsa SPCA is now scheduling appointments for spay/neuter surgeries and the minor needs clinic. Please email clinicreception@tulsaspca.org to schedule an appointment. Our low-cost vaccination clinic will be open on Fridays from 9:30am-3pm. First come, first served. Please click here for a list of instructions to follow once you arrive at the Tulsa SPCA.

2019 By The Numbers

689

Adopted Dogs

438

Adopted Cats

2425

Microchips

4390

Spay/Neuters

14890

Vaccinations

878

Cruelty Investigations

Calendar

Happy Tail

Oakley (aka Howard)

“Things are going great. We have renamed him Oakley. He is already getting spoiled. He has been a very good puppy and has learned many things, but we are still working on his chewing..lol. He loves to chew on anything and everything. Oakley has been seen for his first well puppy visit and is scheduled for his second well puppy visit on June 5. He is a big part of the family now!”

Tulsa SPCA Blog

June 1, 2020

Focus on Fosters: Questions and Answers

Our focus for 2020 is on foster families – little did we know when we set a goal to grow our foster program that we’d end […]
May 17, 2020

Enrichment for Your Pets and Ours

If you’re bored, there’s a possibility that your fur friends are bored too. Enrichment encourages smarter, healthier and more well-behaved pets. Challenging puzzles and games that […]
May 2, 2020

Why Cats Need Their Claws

Declawing is a painful, risk-filled procedure that is done only for the convenience of humans. There are only extremely rare instances, when claws are affected by […]

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Since 1913 we have been working with animal lovers like you to protect dogs and cats in our community. Together, we’ve saved animals from homelessness, illness, and abuse. We’ve provided these services while being completely funded by private donations like yours. We are not an affiliate of the ASPCA and do not receive an allocation of money from them each year, nor do we receive government assistance. So your support is critical in helping the Tulsa SPCA to continue providing these critical services to our community.