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.
For animal rescue, it is out-of-state transport, spay/neuter programs and adoption. It takes all three working together without arguing, pointing fingers or wasting time disagreeing.
An in-depth study from the University of Oklahoma will soon paint the most comprehensive and compelling snapshot to date of out-of-state animal transport as a vital short-term strategy that helps shelters tread water when it comes to the flood of animals flowing through their doors every day.
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.
You are an 8-year-old attending third grade, just arrived from Italy and speak no English. A classmate says something perfectly fine when said in English; however, in Italian the one word you hear is not a good one.