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PHOTOS: Humane Society reunites dogs with owners, celebrates new dog park

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OKLAHOMA CITY - As tornadoes ripped through Moore earlier this year, families and their pets were often separated.

Fortunately, hundreds of animals were reunited with their owners, thanks in part to the Central Oklahoma Humane Society.

Now, they are hoping the public will help them recoup some of the money that was spent to support the displaced pets from the May storms.

Amy Shrodes, with the Central Oklahoma Humane Society, stopped by our studios with a few furry friends to talk about a fun event that will help the humane society.

Organizers will be celebrating a new dog park in Midtown on Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Visitors are encouraged to stop by the park, located at 409 W. Park Pl., at the corner of Hudson and Park Pl.