Frequently Asked Questions: Animal Advocacy Program

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What is the Animal Advocacy Program?

The Oklahoma Humane Society and Palomar came together to create the Animal Advocacy Program in 2018 with one goal in mind: to provide crisis services to animals affected by domestic violence. And that is just what we have done.

What services does the program provide?

  • Foster homes for pets
  • Pet supply pantry
  • Pet security deposits
  • Veterinary care resources
  • Animal-abuse-related police report advocacy
  • Pet-related legal advocacy

How can I access these services?

You can walk-in to Palomar, no appointment necessary. You can also call us at 405-552-1010 or email [email protected] to get connected to the Animal Advocacy Program’s services.

How can I help?

Sign up to foster pets for our clients escaping violent homes. Providing temporary shelter for these animals allows our human survivors to focus on their needs and finding a safe place out of harm’s way, until they can bring their entire family back together again. All food and veterinary care is provided for our foster animals.