Tulsa SPCA is collecting relief supplies for creek county animals.
Tuesday from 7:30 am to 6:00 PM the Tulsa SPCA, along with the Oklahoma Alliance for animals, will park their Mobile Adoption Center at Drysdales at 32nd and Memorial. People can drive by and drop off donations for displaced pets that have been saved.
Their goal is to fill the MAC completely up with supplies. The MAC will visit the fire zones on Thursday.
Tulsa SPCA will be accepting monetary donations to cover supplies that are not donated on Tuesday , such as medical needs etc. You can drop off money at the MAC tomorrow, make an online donation at www.tulsaspca.org (be sure and memo it as "Creek County Relief"), or mail a check to Tulsa SPCA at 2910 Mohawk Blvd, Tulsa OK, 74110 and memo the check as "Creek County Relief". The money goes directly to the animals in Creek County.
Tulsa SPCA is also partnering with OAA and other organizations to develop a foster list. If anyone is willing to open their doors for both domestic and livestock, please email your information to firstname.lastname@example.org and get you name added to the growing list that OAA has started. Information needed is your name, address, phone number(s), and the amount and type of animals you can house.
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