Due to staff shortages related to Covid-19 infection and exposures, the Tulsa SPCA Low-Cost Clinic
is closed Thursday, January 27, and Friday, January 28.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
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“Salem has settled in wonderfully! He pretty much owns my apartment. His toys are everywhere (and if one slides under the oven, he meows until I fish it out for him). Closed interior doors? Not allowed! A furry face and paws will stick out from under the frame until I let him in the room with me! When I was reorganizing my closet, he played with my laundry basket until eventually falling asleep in my bucket of socks – he just wants to be with me always. He tends to meow at me, and if I don’t give him attention fast enough, he will walk onto my chest and fall over on my face. And then go to sleep. Which just means I get regular impromptu nap times, since I don’t have the heart to wake him! He’s just a little goof ball that wants my love and attention all the time (from snuggling me all night, to yelling at me the *entire* time I am in the shower). Adopting Salem has been one of the best choices I have ever made! It has been really nice to have someone to come home to, and someone to give me a reason to get up out of bed every day. Salem has been making a huge difference in my life, and I really appreciate the SPCA’s mission, and everything that you all do to help out animals (and their humans!).”
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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.