100 abandoned animals in Oklahoma to find loving homes in Oregon

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OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – More than 100 abandoned pets in Oklahoma City will soon be on their way to loving homes across the country.

On Saturday, Fetch Fido-A-Flight will make a transport flight from Oklahoma City to shelter partners in Oregon.

Organizers say the flight will save 105 dogs and cats that are at-risk of euthanasia at overcrowded shelters in Oklahoma.

The pets will be taken to Salem, Oregon, where they will be quickly adopted.

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