Is Stillwater a no-kill city?

Stillwater is not officially a no-kill city (meaning there has not been an official proclamation, funds or other means made available for this purpose); however, the Animal Welfare shelter has been low euthanasia or no-kill for more than 10 years by the definition of very few healthy or adoptable animals being euthanized. This does not include the euthanasia of sick, injured or feral animals.

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1. Can I adopt a pet from Animal Welfare?
2. Can I have livestock within city limits?
3. Do Animal Welfare officers receive any training?
4. Do I have to get a dog license?
5. Do I have to get a professional animal permit?
6. Does Stillwater have a leash law?
7. How do I take care of my pets during severe weather?
8. How many dogs or cats am I allowed to own?
9. Is Stillwater a no-kill city?
10. May I turn over my own pet to Animal Welfare?
11. What happens to strays picked up by an Animal Welfare officer?
12. What if I am bitten by an animal?
13. What if I lost or found an animal?
14. What if I see wildlife behaving unusually?
15. What is Tiny Paws Kitten Rescue?
16. Where's the dog park?