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Tulsa SPCA celebrates Petober

posted October 4th, 2012 by
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The Tulsa SPCA is offering adoption specials during the month of October, dubbing it “Petober Time.”

A post on the Tulsa SPCA’s Facebook page says:

“If you or a friend are looking for some great winter weather cuddling companions, look no further – we have what you want!! More than any thing we would love to see our wonderful pets go into homes before the holidays.”

I couldn’t have said it better myself. My feet would get very cold at night if it weren’t for my snuggly kitties.

Specials include reduced rates for black dogs, dogs with wisdom and half off regular adoption fees for cats and kittens.

Get more information and view available pets at tulsaspca.org.

-Lauren Cavagnolo

Top 5 reasons you should attend Woofstock

posted September 4th, 2012 by
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Just in case you weren’t planning on attending Oklahoma Alliance for Animals annual Woofstock event, here are the top five reasons you should rethink that. Make sure to be at the Riverwalk Crossing in Jenks this Saturday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

5. Pet vendors and $25 microchipping. Do a little shopping for your furry best friend, and if your dog isn’t microchipped, take advantage of the $25 deal to make sure your buddy can always find his way back home.

4. Ugliest dog contest! Who wouldn’t want to see that? There will also be a cutest puppy contest. Awww.

3.¬†It’s a FREE, family-friendly, pet-friendly event. Bring your family, four-legged members included, out for a day of fun. There will most certainly be something for everyone.

2. You might just find your next best friend. Many area rescue groups will be on site showing off their adoptable animals. Looking to grow your family? You just might find your new fur kid at the Riverwalk.

1. Support Oklahoma Alliance for Animals in its mission to reduce pet overpopulation, promote responsible pet ownership and promote the humane treatment of animals through community collaboration and education. You can learn more about OAA and find out how to volunteer or donate at animalallianceok.org. Better yet, get the info in person at Woofstock!

- Lauren Cavagnolo