We take in homeless, abandoned, injured or sick animals in need, including cats, dogs, rabbits, other small mammals, reptiles, birds, farm animals, and wildlife within the city limits of Moore.
We also respond to reports of animal cruelty, injured animals, loose dogs, animals that are dangerous or a nuisance and enforce Moore’s animal ordinances.
It is recommended that residents do not detain or collect any stray but to call animal control with details about the animal’s location. We realize that may not always be possible and currently, our staff is available to run on calls of reported stray animals; both at large and detained during open hours of operation. To report a stray animal during open hours of operation, call 405-793-5190. During non-operating hours, residents who elect to detain an animal must be willing to do so until the shelter re-opens. Any emergency situation should be reported by calling 911.
Moore Animal Welfare is always accepting donations for the following items: towels, blankets, cat litter, per food, dish soap, fabric softener and laundry detergent, pet toys, treats, cleaning supplies, and pet beds.
Volunteer with us!
Interested in volunteering with the City of Moore Animal Shelter? Tails are wagging and cats are meowing in excitement over your participation! Volunteers play a vital role within our organization. Without your support, we would not be able to assist nearly the number of animals who need help in our community.
Volunteer opportunities will include all or some of the following tasks: bathing and walking dogs, grooming animals, adoption and community events, socializing pets, training dogs.
Individuals can register to be notified about special volunteer opportunities by emailing us at [email protected].
Volunteers will be required to fill out an application:
Registration annually of all animals (over the age of 4 months) with a City License must be obtained at the Moore Animal Shelter. The owner must bring proof of current Rabies Certificate and a city tag will be issued. This must be done annually.
Up to 4 animals over six months (adult cats or dogs) of age are allowed, per household. Proper city licensing must be obtained for each adult animal.
No. Dogs must be confined to a fenced area or be on a leash. Cats must be kept indoors or monitored while outside.
Only if you are zoned agricultural.
Moore Animal Welfare is always accepting donations for the following items: towels, blankets, cat litter, pet food, dish soap, fabric softener and laundry detergent, pet toys, treats, cleaning supplies, and pet beds.