Unclaimed pets lost in Moore tornado now up for adoption
NORMAN, Okla. – A month after monster tornadoes ripped through our state, several hundred pets still remain unclaimed in local shelters.
Time is running out for you to find your displaced pet.
Linda Cavanaugh interviewed Gayla Sesher from the City of Moore and Justin Scally from the American Humane Association.
Pet adoption events has been set up.
The first event is from the Oklahoma Humane Society on Saturday June 22nd.
The Animal Resource Center will hold it’s event at The Cleveland County Fairgrounds Sunday, June 23rd, from 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm. 615 East Robinson St., Norman, OK.
Pet owners had until the end of Wednesday to claim lost animals after last month’s storms; they are now up for adoption.
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