Cats survive tornadoes, now searching for loving homes
NORMAN, Okla.- Animals who were victims of the May tornadoes are hoping they will have the chance to find a loving home this week.
Volunteers have been taking care of the cats and kittens who were found in the rubble of tornado-damaged properties for the last couple of months.
Now, they feel the pets are ready for a home they can stay in forever.
They are hosting an adoption event at the Norman Petco, located at 1670 24th Ave. NW, on Saturday and Sunday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Every cat has been spayed or neutered, is up-to-date on all of their shots and has a microchip.
The adoption fee is $35 for each cat and $50 for each kitten.
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