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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: $100 Dog: $125
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Addie (1 yr. Heeler mix)Addie has really started to come out of her shell! When she first came into our care she was terrified and didn't want anyone to touch her. Now she's happy, playful, and loves attention! She's still shy around new people, but warms up pretty quickly. Her skin is healing nicely and eventually her fur will grow back. She's already a beautiful girl, but just imagine how amazing she'll look with all her hair back!
Andy (16 wks)Andy buys his cuteness in bulk and wears all of it at once. He's friendly towards other cats and wants to play. He's especially fond of other kittens and would do best in a home with playful cats who can show him around and keep him entertained.
Archie (Pit Bull/Lab mix, 4 yrs.)This sweet lover boy sure is full of kisses! It is so hard to believe how amazingly forgiving these babies are! Someone poured motor oil on this guy in attempt, we believe, to kill off bugs or mites. He came to us with semi burned skin the shade of purple. He is recovering well and has even started to gain fur back! Archie would do best as an only pet in a home with older children.
Bloo (Male, 22 weeks)Bloo is doing so great in her foster home with other cats and kittens. Her foster says she likes to be with her other cats except when it is bed time, then she wants to be by her foster momma and is constantly rubbing her face on hers and purring as loud as she can.
Bruno (1 yr. Hound mix)Bruno came to us with shattered pelvis on the right side after being hit by car. He is recovering nicely in his foster home. He is fantastic with kids, dogs and cats.
Buddy (8years, Terrier mix)This handsome, regal gent is Buddy. He is dog and people friendly, but likes to chase cats. He is also almost deaf and would need a family with understanding of the anxieties that can cause in dogs.
Diego (1 yr. Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix)Diego is a super sweet boy who gets along great with people and other dogs. He's friendly, playful, and just wants to please. Soon he'll be getting his leg repaired and will need to be on restricted activity for a little while as it heals, but he'll be right as rain after that.
Emmitt (2 yrs, pit/shar pei mix)Emmitt is great with people and good with other dogs with a proper slow introduction. He plays and gets along great with his fosters other dog. His foster says: “Emmitt loves children, walks in the grass, and his creature comforts. He has the shiniest coat we have ever seen. This guy doesn’t let having only 3 legs ruin his day!!! Emmitt loves cuddles. He just loves to be near his humans. He is as loyal as they come. Emmitt is a fan of all belly rubs and loves kids. He is a great nanny dog.”
Faith (12 yrs. Hound)Faith somehow ended up in the city shelter scared and confused without her family. She is 12 years old, heartworm positive, arthritic, has a mass by her tail, abscess on her back and an eye infection. She is currently in a foster home getting pampered.
Harry (1 yr)Harry has a severe case of cerebellar hypoplasia (CH), but is learning to walk better thanks to her foster.
Irene (7 months)Irene is fearless! She loves people and has never met a stranger. She gets along great with other cats and just wants to play all day long. She's also performing her social duty admirably by always wearing her cute little mask.
Jasmine (1 yr)This sweet little girl was brought to us with a gaping wound near the base of her tail. We later learned that the wound was most likely caused by another animal, but it's hard to say what exactly. She's very curious and affectionate. She will make a wonderful addition to any family.
Katia (Female, 18 wks)This beautiful little girl came from the Sapulpa shelter with a degloved lower jaw. She is currently in a loving foster home, enjoying a normal kitten life with her foster brothers and sisters. She does enjoy the other kittens, but she is probably okay as an only kitten as well.
Keena (5 yrs. Black Lab)Keena is an older girl, so if you're looking for a more chill dog to just hang out on the couch and watch tv then Keena is your girl. When she first came to us she had really bad flea dermatitis and her skin was red and blotchy, and a good part of her fur was missing. The redness is completely gone now, but it will be a while before her fur grows back in. She's so beautiful now, just imagine how gorgeous she'll be with a full coat!
Lilith (1 yr. Lab/Pitt Bull mix)Lilith is very affectionate with people and wants to stay close to you. She is non reactive to other dogs, even ones that are much bigger than she is. She'd be a great companion for anyone or as addition to your fur family.
Magi (9 years, Terrier mix, 40 lbs.)When Magi first went to a foster home we already knew about her cataracts, but it wasn't long until we learned that she is also deaf. These limitations can make life very difficult for any dog so we had a fundraiser and managed to raise enough money for her to have cataract removal surgery. We can't do anything about her being deaf, but there's no reason we can't help her to see!
Mini (7 yrs.)Sweet girl Mini was found very sick as she was barely surviving living out in the cold weather. She has come a long way and is doing really well in her foster home. Her foster mom says "Mini is a sweet little girl that enjoys head scratches and cuddling up next to you in a quiet house. She is FIV+ and requires being an only cat or with other FIV kitties. Mini is dog friendly."
Noel (1 yr, Pit Bull mix)She's a little shy around new people at first, but warms up pretty quickly. She's very playful and loves to chew so you'd better have plenty of nyla bones or other hard objects she can chew on safely. No stuffed animals, cloth toys of any kind, or rawhide! Basically she's not allowed to have anything that's easily swallowed but hard to digest.
Peter Barker (8 mons, lab/boxer mix)Peter Barker has the biggest smile and absolutely loves everyone he meets including other dogs. The jury is still out on cats. He loves to bark at them, but whether or not that just means he wants to play remains to be seen.
He's a smart boy and would be easy to train once his leg is fully healed.
Piper (1 yr. hound/cattle dog mix)Piper is a really high energy dog. She does okay around other dogs, but would need to be in a home with an active family that can give her the exercise she needs every day. Long walks, jogging, hiking, or even just extended rounds of Fetch in the back yard if you're not really the active type.
Quinn (Male, 4 yrs.)Quinn was a stray who had been living on his own for quite a while. The people in the neighborhood where he lived noticed his health steadily declining and contacted us. We were able to capture him and get him in to see a vet. This poor guy had a slew of problems and it's no wonder he was so sick! He's feeling much better now and will soon be ready for his forever home.
Screech (Male, 1 yr.)Screech is a super sweet, big ball of fluff. He was a little shy when we first moved him to the thrift store, but very quickly got over it. He wasted no time is trying to make nice with the other cats and didn't seem terribly put out when the girls turned him down. He would do great in a household with other cats or on his own.
Sprinkles (22 weeks, male)Sprinkles was diagnosed with megacolon. He had surgery to remove half of his colon and thankfully it was a success! His stool will always be soft, but he does still use the litter box. He'll need to eat mostly canned food and be given extra water since he can't absorb as much water back into his body through his colon. Otherwise he's a totally normal kitten. He is very sweet and enjoys cuddles and playtime!
Toto (Terrier mix, 1 yr.)Toto comes across as a little shy and timid at first, but if you're patient with him then he'll quickly decide that he can trust you and will want to follow you around. He's friendly toward cats and other dogs and he seems to be house trained.