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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 volunteer based 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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Until pets are adopted, our goal is to have every one in a foster home, instead of a kennel. We need more foster homes to reach that goal! Find out more here.
Autumn is the sweetest tortie we have ever met. Typically they have big attitudes, but this girl is always wanting kisses, pets, and snuggles! She came to us after a wonderful neighbor found her covered in scabs, fleas, and underweight. She is healing from her flea bites and is a healthy 8 lbs now. She is very curious and friendly and wants to be friends with her foster cat siblings, but they're not quite ready yet to be her friend.
Billie is a beautiful girl that is full of energy! She loves to run, play, jump, hike, swim, and all things that are outdoorsy! She had a large fatty lump on her chest that we have recently removed and she is healing up beautifully! She would love to be adopted into a family that is used to high energy, herding dogs as she will keep you on your toes!
Bruno is the sweetest, most gentle guy around. He loves to love, snuggle, and will always appreciate a comfy dog bed or sofa. He currently lives in a foster home with three other small dogs, a 9 year old, and two adults. He loves everyone!
Buster is an amazing little petite siamese boy with a BIG personality! He is visually impaired so he can only see shapes and shadows, which means his nose and ear senses are very heightened! He knows no personal space!
Cairo may look like an ordinary black cat but he is full of love and appreciation for being saved from a life outside in the cold. He came to Animal Aid after he was found in pain and unable to stand. Now he's happy and healthy and looking for a family to love him and keep him warm.
Crockett is an adult who seems like a ridiculous and playful puppy. The Broken Arrow Shelter asked us to take Crockett because he had radial nerve damage in his front, right leg requiring an amputation. He has been recovering at the vet but will be ready for a foster or adopter very soon. Can he crash at your place?
Denver loves to play, purr, and find rays of sunshine to lay in! :) He'll even let you know when he thinks he needs more attention with a cute little chirp. 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 wears diapers when roaming about the house and playing! He will need to be expressed twice a day and we can show you how to do this.
Dodge was thrown from a fast moving vehicle causing him to have road rash all over, thank goodness he was lucky and sustained no broken bones. This poor boy deserves a second chance in a home with adults and older children who can teach him “how to be a dog”. When we say that we mean how to enjoy playing properly, how to be social with humans and other dogs, how to train them to do tricks and get lots of treats, and most importantly how to feel safe and provided for every meal. If you think you
Fats Domino is a big guy who is so loving and sweet! He loves other cats and adores talking and singing as that's how he got his name! This big guy would love to snuggle on a big comfy sofa with you and relax!
Grayson is an amazing boy who has overcome some great feats! He was hit by a car which resulted in needing an FHO surgery, he was heartworm positive, and he is blind due to the trauma. He has gone through all treatments and has never once got his spirits down! He is super dog friendly and can get around with no troubles, but he does not like cats. He always has a smile on his face no matter the situation!
She is sweet, loving, and talkative. She likes to scratch, scratch, scratch, so she’d like her furever family to know she is going to need enrichment toys!
Lily is a very shy cat. She has lived outside her whole life, until she got hit by a car and lost all feeling in her front right leg. She has taken a huge liking to our other office cat T'Challah and we really hope they might get adopted together.
Norman is shy, but would love to be at home snuggled up next to his person or laying outside helping you work in your garden! He prefers backyard time over walks or runs. He loves to play fetch, but he doesn't always bring it back or even go get it. What matters to him is again just being with his person. He is super dog friendly, big or small he gets along well with them and if they're to rowdy or rambunctious he'll just walk away. He would do great in a quiet home with little activity.
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.
Remington Steele came to Animal Aid when a local thought he had gunshot wounds. It turns out his injuries were from being on the streets. Remington is heartworm positive but otherwise healthy now and is full of energy. He would love to have a family with backyard to run around in (with a 6-foot privacy fence). Does this fun-loving guy sound like the perfect fit for you? Learn more at www.animalaid.org/adopt.
Rocket is a super hero. He found his way to the Glenpool shelter where they found out he was heartworm positive and had a bad case of allergies causing him to become almost furless. He is just as sweet as can be. The Glenpool shelter has notified us that he is sort of dog selective, but we have not seen this yet. We know that he is not good with cats.
Ronnie is so sweet and gives the best kisses. He loves people fiercely! He has shown no reactivity or issues with cats, but DOES NOT tolerate any other dog. He is currently learning how to use a muzzle while on walks and is doing fantastic! He is kennel trained, house trained, and knows basic commands! He rides great in the car and will listen if you ask him to move or get in the back!
Smuckers came to us when a kind gentleman saw her being thrown around by two teenagers. When we got her to the vet we realized someone had also cut her tail off and her pelvis is permanently damaged. She has gone through so much medical testing and the ups and downs of her health issues but she has always been very sweet, patient and surprisingly still loves humans. Smuckers like to climb up high and snuggle into a soft bed. She needs to eat wet food and take medication to keep her healthy.
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.
Tommy came to us from a cat colony with a broken leg that needed to be amputated. He is a long-haired, dapper gentleman who definitely does not need all four legs to win your heart. Tommy's favorite thing to do is sit in your lap and demand snuggles by head-butting your hand. Everyone who has met him has fallen in love instantly. While he is FIV+ he is super friendly with others and could absolutely live in a home with other cats that are not FIV+.
Westley is a diamond in the rough. He has one blue eye and one brown eye. He is a heeler mix and still young and easily trainable. He loves treats and will do anything for them. He knows how to sit, but needs work on waiting. He needs some leash training work, but doesn't pull once he gets his excitement out!