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OKLAHOMA CITY — The Central Oklahoma Humane Society is launching a new program that will help save the lives of more stray animals.
The Humane Society is trying to double the number of volunteer foster families for unwanted animals.
The organization can only adopt out as many animals as they have foster families to temporarily care for them.
The Humane Society is a go-between for the Oklahoma City Animal Shelter and a forever home.
Because the Central Oklahoma Humane Society is not set up to keep large numbers of animals overnight; they need fosters to care for the animals while they are awaiting adoption.
They have a need specifically for families interested in fostering kittens and puppies.
If you’d like more information about becoming a foster home go to the Central Oklahoma Humane Society Foster Care Page.
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