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Update: Tulsa officers find owner of coat-wearing goat

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TULSA, Okla. – As the temperatures continue to plummet outside, animal welfare experts are warning Oklahoma pet owners to think about their four-legged friends this winter.

The freezing temperatures can take a toll on cats and dogs, and experts say you should make sure they have a warm place to stay.

Some animals are a little too big to move inside your home.

Officials in Tulsa were searching for the owner of a goat who was found wandering near West 61st and Charles Page Blvd.

However, they believed the goat belonged to someone because it was wearing a coat when he was found.

Fortunately, the owner came forward and will be reunited with their coat-wearing goat.