It is going to take Oklahomans working together to meet our goal to save 90 percent of shelter dogs and cats and become a Humane State by 2025.
Pet overpopulation can be controlled by animal rescue organizations in Oklahoma by transporting overflow dog and cats to out-of-state shelters and by using comprehensive spay-and-neuter programs.
By Kay Stout, owner and career coach, Kay Stout Leadership Consulting Part II: Wresting The interesting sport I can’t figure out. Wrestlers fascinate me the […]
Kay Stout Leadership Consulting’s STOUT STUFF Blog offers career coaching advice and training for all ages. Sports can help youth transition to work.