REGISTRY: Pets lost after Moore tornado

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MOORE, Okla. – Pet owners will have until June 20 to reunite with their lost animals after the Moore tornado.

Locations where owners can find lost pets until June 20 at 5 p.m.:

– Animal Resource Center (ARC) 604-2892
– Central Oklahoma Humane Society Quarantine Facility 602-0064
– Cleveland County Fairgrounds 360-4721

Check if your lost pet is being cared for at one of these facilities on the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture’s website.

PHOTOS: Pets lost after Moore tornado

Pet owners are asked to contact Best Friends of Pets at 740-6533 to place their pets on the Lost Pet list if they haven’t already done so or to update the status of their lost pet.

Animal Resource Center and Cleveland County Fairgrounds will hold a large adopt-a-thon on June 23 for pets not reunited with their owners. 

Pets not adopted on that date will be placed with rescue groups.

Everyone affected by the tornado is invited to ARC at 7949 S. I-35 Service Rd. from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. to get any supplies they may need. 

Veterinary staff at ARC are offering free vaccinations and microchips for all affected pets. 

ARC has a list of people who will provide temporary care for pets who have been found by their owners but whose owners are not able to take their pets at this time.

For information, contact the Animal Resource Center at 604-2892 or Best Friends of Pets at 418-8511 or 740-6533.

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