Animals enrich our lives. With your help, we are enriching theirs. Since 1998, Okmulgee Humane Society has rescued animals from the Okmulgee, Oklahoma Animal Shelter, and euthanasia risk.
While we cannot change an animal’s past, we can rewrite their future.
Oklahoma animal shelters are often at capacity, meaning recurrent euthanasia of innocent dogs and cats to make room for more coming in. We are working to reduce those statistics and will not stop until zero animals lose their life due to limited space in city shelters.
Our Oklahoma humane society in Okmulgee has an office residing within the Okmulgee, Oklahoma Animal Shelter, which is a City-run facility. We are two separate entities. As a small-but-mighty, volunteer-based nonprofit, we work at the Okmulgee Animal Shelter to save at-risk animals from euthanasia and place them in safe and caring forever or foster homes. Additionally, we assist the community in finding lost pets, helping ensure overall pet well-being, and offering beneficial programs such as Trap-Neuter-Return-Monitor (TNRM) for community cats, as well as low-cost spay and neuter for both dogs and cats.
Our pet rescue organization is 100% foster-based; we do not have a shelter to house animals. With more foster homes, we can save even more lives. We rely on foster homes, Oklahoma pet adoption, rescue pulls and transports, donations, and volunteers to save hundreds of lives every year.
We work tirelessly to be the voice for those who cannot speak. Join us as we work together to make our community, and Oklahoma at large, a better place for homeless dogs and cats.