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Update: Over 100 pets find families during ‘Forever Home for the Holidays’

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UPDATE: Officials with the Oklahoma City Animal Welfare say dozens of animals found homes during the adoption event this past weekend.

Organizers with the shelter say 96 of their cats and dogs found homes.

In all, 160 animals were adopted from various organizations at the ‘Forever Home for the Holidays’ event.


OKLAHOMA CITY – If you are looking to add another member to your family this Christmas, several Oklahoma City shelters are working to find families for abandoned animals.

‘Forever Home for the Holidays’  is being held at the Oklahoma City Fairgrounds from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. on Dec. 21.

Visitors are encouraged to head to the Hobby, Arts and Crafts building to see pets up for adoption from several rescue groups across the metro.

Dogs and puppies from Oklahoma City Animal Welfare are $30 each, which is half off the regular price.

Cats are free and kittens are $60.

Organizers say they hope hundreds of homeless pets find a family for Christmas at the event.

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