Pets of the Week 3-19-20

KISS FM is proud to support the needs of local pets – especially those seeking a new home. That’s why 98.9 Kiss FM have teamed up with Oklahoma Humane Society and Hudiburg Subaru Luv2Live Campaign to bring you closer to your new best friend. Each week KISS FM will feature different adoptable pets available through The Oklahoma Humane Society and we strongly encourage all potential pet owners to participate.


Cheri: 1 year old small female dog
Little dog, big personality! Cheri is a lap-sized snuggler that loves to run, wrestle, and play. She might have trouble seeing over tall grass, but she can hold her own with the big dogs in a game of tug and chases squirrels with the best of them. We think she’s custom-built for kids, with plenty of energy and tons of kisses and up for any adventure you can imagine- all at a size that won’t bowl over your smaller family members. She loves toys of all kinds, is good with other dogs, and insists on sleeping as close to her humans as physically possible.
Snickers: 7 year old female cat
Snickers is a sweet cat who has been dog and kid friendly. She is litter box trained and super loving to everyone she meets. She is front paw declawed and will need to be an indoor cat only!
The Oklahoma Humane Society is still open for business! For safety reasons, we are limiting people in our adoption center to 10 at a time, but we still have so many amazing animals that would love to work from home with you. What’s a better time to adopt than now, when you’re looking for ways to occupy yourself and have time on your hands to love on a new pup! We also have so many animals that need foster homes. If you’d just like a temporary quarantine buddy, consider fostering! Email


Information about the The Oklahoma Humane Society

The Oklahoma Humane Society was founded in 2007. We work in close partnership with the Oklahoma City Animal Welfare Division (OKC Animal Shelter) and our primary focus is to eliminate the needless euthanasia of healthy, adoptable animals in Oklahoma City.

Since our beginning in 2007, we have found homes for over 30,000 cats and dogs and spayed and neutered over 135,000 pets. Visit to learn more.

Mission statement:

The Oklahoma Humane Society exists to enrich the communities it serves by promoting the well-being of animals.

Vision statement:

The Oklahoma Humane Society will make the compassionate and respectful treatment of animals a prevalent community value and the well-being of animals a community priority.

Core values:

We respect animal life and promote the good health of animals.

We believe euthanizing healthy, adoptable animals is not acceptable.

We believe education is the key to the humane treatment of animals.

We believe that the human-animal bond enriches the entire community.

We support a better understanding of animals and animal welfare.

OK Humane is a 501(c)3 organization that is funded solely by donations, grants, and bequests. It receives no government funding or tax dollars.

Information about the  Oklahoma Humane Society


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