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Found a pet?

*Check for ID with personal information and notify owner*

If no information then:

1. Take to the nearest vet to be scanned for a microchip.

2. Take a clear photo and post it on Nextdoor, Petco Love Lost, social media,
and that area's local Facebook groups eg. 
Midtown Tulsa Lost and Found Pets, Jenks and South Tulsa, Skiatook Lost and Found Pets.

3. Check/notify all local vets, rescues, and animal controls. 

4. Legal stray hold is 72 hours, after valid attempts to find owner. 

If no success then consider:

5.  If you find an animal and cannot keep it contact local animal control, they are open to animals found within that city's limit. 
6.  If it's after hours make sure you can keep the animal until local animal control is open. 

If no success:

7.  Fill out SPACAR's intake form on our website for consideration.
8.  Contact other local area rescues and breed specific rescues. 

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Lost a pet?

1.  Take a clear photo and post it on social media, local area Facebook groups, and the websites linked above.
2.  Check/notify all local vets, rescues, and animal controls. 
3.  Notify microchip company if chipped. 
4.  Put up flyers in the area. 

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Community Outreach Programs

SPACAR Programs

  • Pet Food Pantry - SPACAR passes out limited amounts of dog and cat food the 1st Tuesday of every month from 6pm-8pm.

  • Free ID tags - message us for an appointment to get a tag made!

  • $20 microchips - offered every month during Pet Food Pantry

  • We host 3 low cost vaccine clinics a year, and several low cost spay/neuter clinics. These are announced closer to each event time.


Local Community Programs

  • Mobile spay and neuter 


  • Spay Ok - low cost spay and neuter


  • SPCA - vetting low cost clinic

  • Tulsa Humane Society

  • Ok Animal Alliance - microchip and tags

    • To order a tag message us on Facebook

(downloadable PDFs with helpful links)

Info Packets

Keep them healthy! This handbook provides basic info on shots, prevention, medical conditions, surgery prep + recovery for BOTH dogs and cats.  Plus a helpful 'poo chart'! Great info for adopters and fosters. 

Welcome to the family! Everything you need to know to be prepared for your foster or newly adopted pet, including introductions, feeding, and potty training.  Plus LOTS of behavioral videos and article links.

Get your foster adopted! Fill out this one page bio and bring it with you to adoption events or for fosters traveling on transport.

What's up with Maine? Short overview and fun facts about our Maine rescue partnership and transports.

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