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Animal Aid adopts dogs and cats to loving homes with approved applications. Adoption fee includes current vaccinations, spay or neuter, microchipping.
Since we are a 100% volunteer organization, it may take a few days to receive initial follow-up regarding your adoption application. If you haven't been contacted within 3 days of submitting your application, Email us.
Adoption Fees: Cat: $150 Dog: $175
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Camille is a super laid back gal. She loves other dogs and would do great with a pack! She came to us half way through her pregnancy with an old injury to her back left leg that had to be removed. She had two puppies, one was stillborn, but the other baby is healthy as can be! She has been such a good mama to him and was always ready to show him off to anyone that came in the room! Now that her baby has been weened she is ready to retire and find her forever family.
This sweet guy has a rather heartbreaking story. He was picked up by a good Samaritan after being hit by a car and treated for his injuries, but that's not the heartbreaking part. About a week earlier another dog was hit by a car and didn't make it, but a black dog who had been its companion was seen running off and it's believed to have been Corey.
Denver loves to play, purr, and find rays of sunshine to lay in! :) He was born with no tail and and it is called manx syndrome. His form of Manx syndrome causes him to be unable to control his bowel movements. He will never be litter box trained due to his condition. He can wear diapers with training, so were working on that.. He will need his colon and bladder checked every few days to make sure he isn't getting backed up or to full, we can show you how to do this.
Luca came to us after his owner had passed away. He was dropped off at a clinic and they tried to rehome him, but didn't have any luck. This 13 year old gentle soul was becoming depressed and really needed a dental, without a rescue to step up and no one wanting to adopt him right away they were going to euthanize him. We got called and knew we had to step in, so we got him straight to our vets and got him vaccinated, his teeth cleaned and extracted, neutered, and microchipped.
Little Bear is a lover of all people! He loves other dogs and he would do great having a dog sister or brother. He needs a 6 ft privacy fence because he has shown that he likes to push under chain link fences. He is going to physical therapy currently to strengthen his back right leg from his old injury that caused him to need an FHO surgery. He does great on leash and loves to go on walks!
Moo is completely blind in her right eye and partially blind in her left, but you would never know! She adapts well to her environment and is just as playful as any other kitty. She is currently seeing a vet ophthalmologist, Dr. Gwin, to ensure her eyes are healthy and stable moving forward. He is trying to give her as much of her sight back as possible! He has offices in both Tulsa and OKC. Moo’s future mom or dad needs to be comfortable giving her eye drops.
Nibbler is a young cat who unfortunately needs all of his teeth removed due to some severe stomatitis. We're hoping he gets to keep his canines, but we're not sure yet. He is going in for his second surgery in just a few weeks, but he is fully vetted, neutered, microchipped, and ready to go to his furever home. Since dentals don't require much extra assistance in healing other than feeding him wet food only till everything is healed up, he is ready to go to a home.
Norman is a shy guy and will take time to warm up to new people, but he can become affectionate once he knows he can trust you. If you're willing to give him the time that he needs the payoff will be well worth it.
Olive has gone through three surgeries. One on her back left leg that required a pin and wires. Two on her back right leg because the first surgery she had just didn't align correctly. She loves to play with toys, chew on bones, and go for walks on leash around the backyard since she is still in recovery mode!
Piper is very easy on introduction. She isn’t in your face about meeting you, but she is just so sweet once you decide to approach her. If you reach out to make friends, she will decide to be your BFF immediately.
Ringo is great with kids, dogs, and loves to be outside in the cold weather! He was hit by a car and was unable to use his front legs at all. He was taken straight to our orthopedic surgeons and amazingly he has no breaks or fractures shown on xrays. He does walk with a limp on his front right leg, but otherwise is 100% fine! He does like to chew, so he will need lots of kong toys, puzzles, ropes, and fun stuff for enrichment!
Spud is super chill and laid back. He just wants a comfy spot to sleep or a lap to rest his head while receiving affection. He is very protective over the people he cares about and doesn't like new people coming in. Introductions need to be handled slowly and carefully. He is currently suffering from irreversible bone loss likely due to sarcoma, but it doesn't seem to bother him too much as long as he stays on his pain meds.
Shirley came to us near death, left out in the cold to fend for herself. Her toe nails were so long that it prohibited her to walk and her skin was left untreated for so long she now has a terrible yeast infection with lots of hair loss. We aren't even sure what breed she is at the moment. She is receiving the best possible care from our vet team and is on the road to recovery. She is currently getting a handful of medications and medicated bathes once a week.
This big ol tomcat came to us with terrible flea dermatitis and an upper respiratory infection. He is talkative, cuddly, and loves to explore! He seems to really enjoy the company of cats and doesn't mind dogs either. Since he had to fend for himself out on the streets for the first few years of life he has contracted feline immunodefiency virus. It is only contagious to other cats if he were to get into a serious fight with another cat.
He's very outgoing and has never met a stranger. He gets overly excited around smaller animals and would probably do well in a home without cats or small dogs. He really enjoys going for walks and knows basic commands like "sit" and "shake."