Veterinary clinic treating animals injured during tornado for free

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Horse injured during May 9 tornado

STILLWATER, Okla. – Humans are not the only ones who are trying to recover after vicious tornadoes tore through portions of Oklahoma on Monday.

Now, veterinary specialists at Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences are treating animal victims of the tornadoes at no cost to the owners, as long as fund are available through the OSU Animal Relief Fund.

Owners with injured animals from the storms may call (405) 744-7000 to schedule an appointment.

Currently, OSU’s Veterinary Medical Hospital is treating five adult horses and two foals from Sulphur.

In addition to OSU, the Oklahoma Large Animal First Responders group has been out helping animals injured in Monday’s storms.

The non-profit actually formed in response to the Moore 2013 tornado.

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