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OK: Tulsa, act now to save community cats


Tell the City Council you support trap-neuter-return.

The Tulsa City Council is seeking feedback on proposed changes to the animal ordinance that would allow trap-neuter-return (TNR) for free-roaming cats.

Communities that allow and promote TNR see dramatic reductions in the numbers of cats killed in shelters, and in the numbers of cats impounded in the first place.

Simply put, TNR is the only humane and effective approach to community-cat control. Now's your chance to make it possible in Tulsa.


1. First and foremost, message your city council member via the form at the bottom of this page and urge them to support TNR

2. Then, complete this City of Tulsa survey** to help reinforce that residents like you strongly agree with proposed changes to the ordinance

There are already efforts to oppose these lifesaving measures so it’s vital that you speak out to support Tulsa animals today.

**After filling out the first page, skip ahead to question 15 and select “Chapter 10: Community Cats.”  Where prompted for additional feedback, tell the city you support TNR and other changes that make Tulsa both safe AND humane! 

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Please support changes to the animal ordinance

Dear [Decision Maker],

As a resident of Tulsa, and your constituent, I urge you to support the proposed changes to the animal ordinance that the Council is considering.

I want our city to be on the forefront of animal welfare and a model for the rest of the state and country to follow. Adopting TNR will do exactly that.

Please support these changes when they come before you for a vote, and thank you for always supporting cats and dogs in our community.


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