All the animals available for adoption through OK Humane are transferred from the Oklahoma City Animal Shelter. Our goal is to eliminate the needless euthanasia of adoptable animals at the OKC Animal shelter, so all our adoptions animals come directly from there. We do not accept animals from the public.
Our goal is to help you provide a great home for any of our available animals. If you are interested in adopting a dog or a cat, you can speak with one of our Adoption Specialists who will help you find an animal that fits you or your family. Once you select the pet you’d like to adopt, we will have you fill out a short questionnaire. After going over the adoption paperwork, you pay the adoption fee and take the animal home with you that same day.
You can visit adoptable pets at our Adoption Center, located at 7500 N. Western Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73116. Our Adoption Center is a totally new concept in Oklahoma City. Cats and dogs stay in “living rooms” with furniture and toys where they can interact easily with potential adopters in a comfortable, welcoming environment. The Adoption Center features a Humane Education wing and a large retail area with toys, food and other accessories, the sale of which benefits the animals in our program. Call (405) 286-1229 ext. 4 for more information.
Our hours are:
Sunday: 12 PM – 5 PM
Tuesday – Saturday: 11 AM – 7 PM
We also have adoptable cats that stay at various PetSmart store locations throughout the Oklahoma City metro area. Visit any of the following PetSmart stores to meet some of our cats are waiting for loving homes.
1921 S Broadway St
Edmond, OK 73013
PetSmart at I-240 and Penn
1417 W I-240 Service Rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73159
Animals are also available for adoption at various outreaches and events around the Oklahoma City metro area. You can view our event calendar to learn about upcoming events, or check our Adoption Outreach Schedule to see when we’ll be in your neighborhood next.
When I first met Amy Shrodes, OK Humane’s Director of Outreach, I wondered: Do I really have what it takes to become a foster parent to a never-changing zoo of animals? Will it drive me crazy? Will it leave me with any time for my family and myself? The answer surprised me–and it [...]