Cruelty Investigations

The Tulsa SPCA supports a trained cruelty investigator to verify reports of animal abuse and neglect in the Tulsa area. This program is supported entirely by voluntary donations, and receives several calls and emails daily.

Although we are not a law enforcement agency, our program works in association with law enforcement and municipal officials to rescue abused and neglected animals. We also assist with documentation toward prosecution of individuals for animal cruelty in accordance with Oklahoma statutes.

The cats and dogs we rescue receive complete veterinary evaluations, medical care, rehabilitation, and an abundance of loving care during recovery at the Tulsa SPCA shelter. When they are ready, we help connect each rescue to a home filled with kindness and caring.

If you suspect animal abuse or neglect, please fill out the Cruelty Report below or call the Tulsa SPCA at 918.428.SPCA(7722). All reports are kept confidential. At times, individuals might suspect or accuse others of filling a report.  Please know that at no time do we give out any identifying information about the reporter.

You may remain anonymous, but please understand, choosing to do so means we can’t provide any follow-up information to anyone, including to someone who calls to get information on the case.  Additionally, if an address is entered in correctly or if we have questions about your report we won’t be able to complete the investigation.

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  • Please allow 72 hours for us to respond. If you do not hear from us within this timeframe, call the Tulsa SPCA at 918-428-7722.

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7 hours ago

Tulsa SPCA

There is still time to take advantage of our July Catapoolza special. All kitties 6 months and older are 50% off through the end of July. Come out to meet some our fabulous cats! ...

There is still time to take advantage of our July Catapoolza special. All kitties 6 months and older are 50% off through the end of July. Come out to meet some our fabulous cats!

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KelliAnn McClung. Cheeto!!

How old is Cheeto?

How did you get Cheeto in?

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21 hours ago

Tulsa SPCA

Rescue pets + loving families = forever homes. Thank you for choosing to adopt and not shop! ...

1 day ago

Tulsa SPCA

This is Sheldon. Sheldon lived his life on a chain until his owner surrendered him to the Tulsa SPCA during the recent flooding. For the past three weeks, he’s been in one of our wonderful foster homes learning how to be a loved member of a family.

Sheldon loves grooming! He loves being brushed and comes to cuddle as soon as he sees a brush. His foster mom reports he recently realized he could jump up in bed with her. Once in bed, he army crawls until his nose finds her hand so he can fall asleep getting pet! In foster care, he learned how to ride comfortably in a car and stay in a crate during a regular working day.

To learn more about Sheldon, look for him on tulsaspca.org/adoptable-dogs. To become a foster parent, please learn more at tulsaspca.org/become-foster-parent.
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This is Sheldon. Sheldon lived his life on a chain until his owner surrendered him to the Tulsa SPCA during the recent flooding. For the past three weeks, he’s been in one of our wonderful foster homes learning how to be a loved member of a family.

Sheldon loves grooming! He loves being brushed and comes to cuddle as soon as he sees a brush. His foster mom reports he recently realized he could jump up in bed with her. Once in bed, he army crawls until his nose finds her hand so he can fall asleep getting pet! In foster care, he learned how to ride comfortably in a car and stay in a crate during a regular working day.

To learn more about Sheldon, look for him on tulsaspca.org/adoptable-dogs. To become a foster parent, please learn more at tulsaspca.org/become-foster-parent.

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How sweet! So glad he’s getting to live the life he deserves and not on a chain!!!!

I need some advice on crating from foster mom! We’ve been practicing for months. Positive reinforcement. She still doesn’t like it.

How sweet he is.

I wish Sam like to be groomed. All he has to do is see the brush come out, and he runs. I like Sheldon’s name by the way. 🐕❤️

WHY ON CHAIN,,WHY ???

Jackie Peart you need him

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