The Oklahoma Alliance for Animals (OAA) is committed to reducing the state’s tragic and costly pet overpopulation crisis.
In Oklahoma, tens of thousands dogs and cats are euthanized every year simply because they are homeless. Their lives were created by irresponsible people who did not spay and neuter their dogs and cats. These innocent animals pay the cost with their lives and taxpayers pay the cost with tax dollars that could (and should) be used to meet other needs. All because of irresponsible pet owners who do not spay and neuter.
It’s time to FIX OK. Spay and neuter. Be a responsible pet owner. Please be part of the solution, not part of the problem. Stop backyard breeding. Your pet does NOT need to have any single litters . . . because that single litter will exponentially turn into hundreds of homeless animals in just a year. Sterilizing a pet improves their health and increases their lifespan. It’s the ONLY responsible choice.