Oklahoma Saved 73,051 Shelter Dogs and Cats; Increased Save Rate to 80.4% in 2021

More than 9,000 dogs and cats would have needed saving for state to reach no-kill Best Friends Animal Society, a leading animal welfare organization, released newly collected data which gives a national overview of the number of dogs and cats that enter and exit shelters in a given year. The data for Oklahoma shows that while more animals entered animal shelters across the state in 2021, fewer cats and dogs were euthanized. “Oklahomans should feel encouraged by the latest numbers showing improvement in the state’s shelter animal lifesaving efforts,” said Kelly Burley, director of Common Bonds, an Oklahoma coalition of…

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