Here are ALL the details for the Black Free-Day event!
ALL animals at the Central Oklahoma Humane Society adoption center will be available for $0 adoption fees (that means free). All animals are spayed/neutered, vaccinated (as appropriate for their age), microchipped, dewormed and healthy at the time of adoption. Every animal will also go home with an ID tag!
This special is ONLY valid for animals at the OK Humane adoption center at 7500 N. Western Avenue in Oklahoma City on Friday, November 25, 2011. It is not valid for OK Humane cats at PetSmart locations.
The adoption center will be open for adoptions from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm on Friday. Adopters are welcome to arrive early and line up; it is first come, first served. The Munch Box food truck will be on hand from 10:00 to 1:30 serving up delicious lunch!
Adopters will fill out a short adoption questionnaire and speak with an adoption counselor. They will fill out adoption paperwork and take the animal home the same day.
We will have all available OK Humane dogs and cats at the event on Friday. You can see our available adoption animals here on our website. If you want to know if a certain animal will be available at the event on Friday, you can check our website. During the event, we won’t be able to update the website, as animals will (hopefully) be being adopted very quickly! So if there is a particular animal you are interested in, you should get there early.
If you want to keep up with the action, we’ll be posting (and even live streaming!) on social media all day long!
Please post comments here or on our Facebook page if you have any questions. We will answer as quickly as we can, and other people with the same questions will get answers as well!
We hope to see everyone at Black Free-Day on Friday–and we hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving! (remember, our adoption center will be closed on Thursday to allow our staff to celebrate Thanksgiving)
[googleMap name="OK Humane Adoption Center" width="400" height="300"]7500 N. Western Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73116[/googleMap]
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 [...]