Shelter Administration

Standards training for administrators and volunteers

Innovative spay/neuter programs

The purpose of the Pet Overpopulation Fund of Oklahoma is to address Oklahoma pet overpopulation by implementing spay/neuter programs for low income families along with an educational program about responsible pet ownership. The program is funded by sales of Animal Friendly license plates, income tax check off, and donations. For more information about this program and how to contribute to the fund, please go here:

http://okvma.site-ym.com/?page=1066

Central Oklahoma Humane Society’s Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) program helps strays and feral cat live healthier lives and directly impacting Oklahoma City’s euthanasia rate.

http://www.okhumane.org/tnr

Innovation for pet adoption and retention

Free to Live is a non-profit sanctuary for stray, abandoned, and mistreated dogs and cats. It is the largest no-kill sanctuary in Oklahoma. Free to Live has compiled a list of animal shelters in Oklahoma. To access this list and learn more about Free to Live, please go here:

http://freetoliveok.org/animal_sanctuary_adoption/

Comfortable and safe transportation for shelter pets