1. How can I make a donation?

You can make a tax-deductible donation here.

2. How can I volunteer for OAA?

We have many volunteer opportunities available, including for our Unchain OK program and Dog Walkers Club! Find a volunteer inquiry form here.

3. Where can I find information on getting my pet fixed?

Thank you for being a responsible pet owner and helping curb the pet overpopulation crisis in Oklahoma. Find a list of pet resources here.

4. I found an animal. What should I do?

  • If the animal has a rabies tag. you can call the veterinarian who issued the rabies tag and they will contact the owner for you or give you the owner’s phone number.
  • Take the pet to a veterinarian to scan for a microchip.
  • Go door to door in the area the pet was found to see if anybody recognizes the pet.
  • File a found animal report with the local animal shelter (or the local police if there is no shelter in your area).
  • Post the pet on social networking sites like Facebook (there are numerous local lost and found pet pages) and Next Door.
  • If you can’t hold on to the pet while you search for an owner, take the lost pet to the local animal shelter. That is where the majority of people will go looking for their lost pet.

5. I lost my pet! What should I do?

  • Go door to door with a current photo of your pet.
  • Check with the local animal shelter.
  • Put up signs in your neighborhood.
  • Use social networking sites like Facebook’s lost and found pet pages.
  • Be sure to visit the shelter daily.
  • If you pet has a microchip, create a lost pet alert through the microchip company.

6. How do I identify and report animal cruelty?

  • If you suspect animal abuse or neglect, call the local police and let the dispatcher know you want to talk to an officer.
  • Do not call unless you have an address to give the officer. Ask them to do a welfare check, and ask them to call you back.
  • Be sure to get the officer’s name, and let them know you will be following up. Animal cruelty is a felony and should be taken seriously.
  • If you live in a rural area call the local sheriff’s office and ask for a deputy.

If you have any questions on what constitutes animal abuse, cruelty or neglect, contact us at (918) 742-3700.