Skiatook Pet Rescue Raises 70K After Reaching Out To Community

Wednesday, April 28th 2021, 4:20 pm
By: News On 6

TULSA, Oklahoma -

An Animal Rescue in Skiatook raised more than $70,000 in just 36 hours this week.

On Tuesday, Skiatook Paws and Claws had to stop accepting animals because of mounting vet bills. The shelter owes about $50,000 after a litter of dogs came in very sick. The shelter says they're thankful for the support from the community and say they are able to take in new animals again.

Previous Story: To Keep Saving Animals, Skiatook Animal Rescue Needs Help With Mounting Vet Bills

To donate, you can pay directly to the accounts of their vet partners at Family Animal Medicine - Owasso, Hammond Animal Hospital, SAHO Owasso Animal Hospital, SAHO Skiatook Animal Hospital, Catoosa Small Animal Hospital, Woodland West Animal Hospital, and Madison Vet Clinic. You can also pay through Venmo: @SPACAR, code 3781.