Our mission is to improve the lives of dogs and cats, and their human companions.

 

Our Vision

By 2025, through community engagement, the rate at which dogs and cats in the Tulsa area are abandoned, neglected or unnecessarily euthanized will be reduced.

Core Values

Animals: We value animals and believe that they deserve love, safety, and humane care. We provide safe, transitional shelter and medical care to animals.

Human/Animal Bond: We believe a correlation exists between humane treatment of animals and kind treatment of humans. Animals give unconditional love and acceptance, resulting in improved psychological and physical well-being for both. We make every attempt to facilitate this special bond through placements, community events and programs.

Community Education: We believe educating the community on animal issues and proper care is key to improving animal welfare. We take advantage of every opportunity to provide resources, training, and information to the community.

Advocacy: We believe animals deserve a strong voice in their defense. Reports of animal issues are investigated and solutions and resources are provided as necessary.

Collaboration: We support a culture of mutual respect as we strive towards common goals.

Optimizing Impact: In order to serve the greatest number of animals possible, we will adhere to our intake policy. Furthermore, we do not euthanize adoptable animals due to time or space limitations.

Stewardship: The community plays a vital role in organizational sustainability through financial support, rescue and adoption efforts. We manage and allocate resources to remain steadfast to our mission, achieve the greatest good, and ensure our future.

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4 hours ago

Tulsa SPCA

HAPPY TAIL! "Everyone has been settling in great with Thumper. We ended up keeping her name. It’s so cute and unique. LOL The kids absolutely LOVE her, but she seems to have taken to my 12-year-old son the most. He gets home from school and she’ll just curl up next to him and throw a paw over his arm haha! ...

HAPPY TAIL! Everyone has been settling in great with Thumper. We ended up keeping her name. It’s so cute and unique. LOL The kids absolutely LOVE her, but she seems to have taken to my 12-year-old son the most. He gets home from school and she’ll just curl up next to him and throw a paw over his arm haha!Image attachmentImage attachment

10 hours ago

Tulsa SPCA

Little Thelma is a shy and confused as to how she ended up at the shelter with her siblings. She's never lived indoors before and is finding all the noise and commotion in the shelter quite overwhelming. She sometimes hides and other times barks at everything that goes by her kennel. Thelma is a dog in need of some confidence and routine to put her on the right path to successful indoor companion animal! A patient, kind and relaxed human who can slowly introduce her to the big world is exactly her style. Because of her fear, she is looking for a home without young children. She might be able to live with another friendly dog, but would need a slow introduction and a safe place to call her own for the first few weeks. She would do best in a quiet home, with a secure backyard. If you are the hero that Thelma needs apply today to foster or adopt her! We can't wait to see what a wonderful and loving dog she blossoms into! Thelma is 6 months old and only 16 lbs, so she will stay quite small! She has been spayed, microchipped, vaccinated, and is current on parasite prevention. Visit tulsaspca.org/adoptable dogs to apply to adopt Thelma! If you are interested in fostering, visit tulsaspca.org/become-foster-parent ...

Little Thelma is a shy and confused as to how she ended up at the shelter with her siblings. Shes never lived indoors before and is finding all the noise and commotion in the shelter quite overwhelming. She sometimes hides and other times barks at everything that goes by her kennel. Thelma is a dog in need of some confidence and routine to put her on the right path to successful indoor companion animal! A patient, kind and relaxed human who can slowly introduce her to the big world is exactly her style. Because of her fear, she is looking for a home without young children. She might be able to live with another friendly dog, but would need a slow introduction and a safe place to call her own for the first few weeks. She would do best in a quiet home, with a secure backyard. If you are the hero that Thelma needs apply today to foster or adopt her! We cant wait to see what a wonderful and loving dog she blossoms into! Thelma is 6 months old and only 16 lbs, so she will stay quite small! She has been spayed, microchipped, vaccinated, and is current on parasite prevention. Visit tulsaspca.org/adoptable dogs to apply to adopt Thelma! If you are interested in fostering, visit tulsaspca.org/become-foster-parent

Comment on Facebook Little Thelma is a ...

She doesn’t look small.

20lbs or less!

Poor baby must be scared

Kim Petty Crofford she's so cute!

😉

Duran Muñoz

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