Pet Food Drive and Adoption Event At Claremore's Dave's RV

By: Value News | Category: Pets | Issue: May 2021

Dave's RV in Claremore is hosting a Pet Adoption and Pet Food Drive! Dave's RV will be collecting bags of dog and cat food the entire month of May 2021. The bags must be new and unopened. Everyone that brings in a 30 lb. bag or more of dog or cat food will receive their choice of $500 off the purchase of an RV, or 15 percent off parts.

Dave’s has partnered with Oklahoma Alliance for Animals, Skiatook Paws & Claws, and Zoi’s Animal Rescue for this event. Come out and help the dogs and cats find their forever homes. All food collected will be evenly distributed between the three organizations. Last fall they collected over 4,000 pounds of food!

Oklahoma Alliance for Animals is a Tulsa-based 501c3 nonprofit collaborative organization established in 2004. OAA’s primary purpose is to bring together the people and resources needed to overcome pet homelessness, abuse and neglect. Oklahoma Alliance for Animals is dedicated to reducing pet overpopulation, encouraging responsible pet ownership and promoting the humane treatment of animals through community collaboration and education. 

Zoi’s Animal Rescue although founded in 2005, the seed was planted several years before when Mike and Debie Stellas rescued two lab puppies from being euthanized. They both had severe mange and the female had a birth defect, which made her left front leg deformed. They were named Zeke and Zoi (Zoi in Greek means “life.”) Because of Zeke and Zoi, Debbie and Mike decided to start Zoi’s Animal Rescue. Since 2005, ZAR has rescued and adopted out over 1000 dogs and cats. Zoi’s is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit all-breed animal rescue group that is based in Claremore, OK. 

Skiatook Paws & Claws was formed in October 2013 by a young lady who had a dream to make her local animal control facility a “no-kill” shelter by pulling every deemed adoptable dog and cat and adopting them out to loving forever homes. She teamed up with two of her friends and together, they formed what SPACAR is today. We have found homes for over 2,000 animals in our surrounding area and have successfully kept the Skiatook animal control facility no-kill for four years. They are currently in the process of becoming an official 501c3 organization. 

Food can be dropped off at Dave’s RV throughout the entire month of May 2021. To wrap up the Pet Food Drive, Oklahoma Animal Alliance, Zoi’s and Skiatook Paws & Claws will be on-site from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 15, 2021 with adoptable cats and dogs.

May 10 – May 15, 2021 Food can be dropped off anytime during the week.

May 15, 2021 – 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Adoptable cats & dogs on-site.


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