Are you looking for a new addition to your family? You can adopt one of these amazing furry friends who could really use your affection! If you are interested in opening your heart and home to one of these lovable animals in need of pet parents, contact us today at 405-273-3700.
When we adopt animals we give them a new chance at life. But the unconditional love and affection they give you is the greatest gift of all! Add more love to your family, call us today!
Kitty is a super sweet 10 year old. She is spayed, declawed on all four feet, and up to date on all vaccines. She does have urinary issues and will need to be on medication. Due to be declawed on all four feet she will need to be indoors only.
We have a very special cat available for adoption. His name is Sampson! He is a neutered 3 year old DSH Tabby. He is up to date on his vaccines and is in need of a loving home. He came into our clinic and tested positive for Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) on 7/27/2017. He is very sweet and has a long life ahead of him, but due to his condition he is unable to share a home with other cats. No medication is required and he will need to be an indoor only cat to limit the risk of spreading the infection to other cats.
For more information on Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV), click here.
Cinder is a 5 month old Staffordshire Terrier mix. She is current on all vaccines. She is super sweet and loves to play with others. She would love to be your companion please! If you would like to meet Cinder please call us at 405-273-3700 and ask for Kelli.
This sweet boy is a stray that we have taken in to try and find a loving home! He is current on his vaccines, and we are working on getting him back to a healthy weight. He has FIV so will need to be kept indoors as the only cat (or with other FIV cats) to prevent the spread of the disease. We can also provide a litter box, food bowls, bed, toys, collar, and food to the lucky person who decides to give him a forever home. You can call or text Jessica at 405-816-1439 (Shawnee).
Charlie’s owner fell ill and is no longer able to care for him. He has a negative FIV/FeLV test & is current on vaccines. Charlie is 10 years old, but is still very full of life, and affectionate. He has lived indoors and has purrfect litter box manners.