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Blaze’s Volunteer and Adoption Day, May 15th

posted May 12th, 2010 by

 

Governor Signs Puppy Mill Legislation

posted May 7th, 2010 by

Governor Brad Henry signed the puppy mill bill into law Thursday!   A big step in the right direction for doing right by the puppies!   High volume breeding operations will now be regulated in Oklahoma, and for those legitimate hobby breeders the bill does not mean that much — it will target those operating in substandard conditions.   Thank you Governor Henry and for all those who worked so hard for years to get regulations passed for the breeding of Oklahoma’s companion animals!

Paws Under the Stars, May 8th

posted May 6th, 2010 by

Try to attend this Joe Station Dog Park fundraiser.

It is this Saturday evening, May 8th at 6:00

At Joe Station Dog Park

2279 Charles Page Blvd

Bring your pooch and enjoy live music and food!

For more information email:  [email protected]

StreetCats Fund Raising Event, May 6

posted May 4th, 2010 by
Panera Bread Holds Another Benefit For StreetCats!!!     Local Author, Bill Stauss, to sign his new book!! Bill Stauss, Tulsa author of the book Billy’s World, The Saga of an American Staffordshire “Pit Bull” TerrierBilly’s World is a work of fiction based on the real life experiences of the author and his dog, Billy Bob, who was rescued from an

owner involved in dog fighting.  It is the story about how a runaway finds the kind of man who will fight to keep him safe.  It is a love story about a man and a dog.

 

The author, Bill Stauss is a petroleum engineer who has worked all over the world and also is a college professor.   He grew up in the foothills of the Ozark Mountains in Oklahoma and now lives in Tulsa with his wife, Kay, and a cat named Sage.  For more information about the book and the author, visit the website at

www.billybobbook.com .

Panera Bread at 15th & Utica is sponsoring a fundraiser with a twist for StreetCats.   There will be a special guest present to visit with and to sign books!!  Further, Bill Stauss will donate his profits from all sales made at Panera that night! 

Simply go to Panera Bread at 15th and Utica on Thursday, May 6 between the hours of 5:00 and 9:00 pm.  Mention StreetCats or just say you are there for the fundraiser.  There is no coupon needed!  Panera will donate 10% of the evening’s proceeds if at least 50 people participate for StreetCats!  Please send or bring your friends and family to enjoy an evening of delicious food.

Panera Bread serves delicious meals using only the highest quality, freshest ingredients in the food offered.    Panera believes in making a lasting contribution to the neighborhoods in which their customers and employees live and work through benefits like this. 

Come out and support the “kitty cause.”

Adoption Center and Boutique Open Tuesday – Saturday 10:00 – 5:00  

 

 Visit our website for more information about StreetCats!!    www.StreetCatsTulsa.org
   

Adopt-A-Shelter-Pet Postage Stamps

posted April 30th, 2010 by
Teddy

The new Adopt-A-Shelter-Pet postage stamps are now available at your local post office or online at www.usps.gov and at www.stampstotherescue.com.   This campaign continues the Postal Service’s 50+ year tradition of raising awareness of serious social issues with special commemorative stamps. The 44-cent stamps feature photos of five cats and five dogs who were all adopted from shelters.  Read the history of the campaign and get more details at stampstotherescue.com.

S.B. 1712 is headed for the Governor!

posted April 29th, 2010 by
Great News!The motion to reconsider SB 1712 was tabled this morning and the bill has passed.

 

From here it goes to the governor’s office to be signed into law.This is a great day for dogs in Oklahoma!Please e-mail Senator Patrick Anderson to thank him for his authorship of this important measure! His e-mail contact is [email protected] and his office phone is (405) 521-5630.

Also, remember to thank your own senator for their yes vote on SB 1712.

Thank you to all who made calls, or sent e-mails and letters to legislators during this session.

Your calls made a world of difference for Oklahoma’s dogs!

WOOF!

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