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Animal Welfare Society -- Miami, Oklahoma

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The animal welfare society of Miami, Oklahoma takes the unclaimed animals of the Miami animal shelter and opens the doors every Thursday for adoption. We give them their shots, worm and deflea if necessary. We mainly have dogs and cats but we do sometimes get in bunnies, ferrets, reptiles, goats and anything else surrendered. Each animal is up for adoption for a low price most always under $50.

Our Mission

To work with the city of Miami, the Animal Control Officer, and area Veterinarians to provide spay and neuter services to the public at an affordable cost, to reduce the number of stray and abandoned animals by offering low cost adoption opportunities, and to educate the public about humane treatment and resposible health care of animals.

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Organization News

Every Thursday between 11:00 - 6:00, all unclaimed animals are up for adoption at the Miami Animal Shelter. And on some occasions we will be open on a Saturday from 11:00 - 6:00, at the Miami Animal Shelter. We will not only have unclaimed animals from the shelter up for adoption but we will also have animals from the community as well.  We try and have a special Saturday adoption every other Saturday.

Thankyou everyone that helped and made donations during the flood!
Don't forget every thursday we have an adoption day at the animal shelter!!  We have a lot of kittens and puppies!

thanks again!!

Red Beating Heart

Becoming a Member

To become a member or a volunteer all you have to do is come in on one of the adoption days and fill out some paper work. To become a member you will have to pay the membership dues: $5 student, $10 adult, $20 family. We welcome everyone to become a member or volunteer!  You must be at lest 12 years old to volunteer.

Featured Dog

  • Breed: Labrador Retriever [Mix]
  • Sex: Female
  • Age: Adult
  • Size: Large
  • Molly is a 3 or 4 year old female Chocolate Lab. She likes everyone and gets along fine with other dogs. We don't know how she is with cats yet. She has lots of energy and is always ready for a game of fetch. She will be a great family dog for someone with a large yard or in the country, where she has room to run.

    Featured Cat

  • Breed: Domestic Long Hair-black and white [Mix]
  • Sex: Female
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Small
  • Poor chopper was brought to us by an owner who couldn't stand all the cat hair. In fact, she hated it so much she had taken scissors and cut as much of the poor kitty's hair off as she could. Thus, her new name, "Chopper". She was only about 6 months old, and has been in foster care while her hair had time to grow back. She is about 8 months old now, and is beginning to be beautiful again. She loves to be held and petted, and gets along with other cats. She loves kittens, and tries to adopt them as her own. Chopper needs someone who will appreciate her beauty and won't mind grooming her regularly to control her long hair.

    Meeting Time and Place
    We meet the 4th Tuesday of each month.
    Meet us at Charlies Chicken in Miami (across from Wal-Mart), at 6 p.m.
    Our Meeting this month is Tuesday, September 25.

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    Mailing Address:

    P.O. Box 975, Miami, 74355