117 animals at risk of euthanasia in Oklahoma to be flown to Oregon

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OKLAHOMA CITY – More than 100 abandoned animals are getting a second chance at life halfway across the country.

On Saturday, Fetch-Fido-A-Flight will take approximately 117 at-risk animals from overcrowded shelters in Oklahoma to a no-kill shelter in Oregon, where adoptable pets are needed.

The organization says that around 3 million pets are euthanized across the country each year.

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