Tornado Affected Animal Relief Effort State of Oklahoma
posted about 6 years ago by MooreTornadoFBpage
Photographs of found animals are posted on Facebook to the McClain County Animal Response Team (McCART) page and to Oklahoma City Lost Pets and additional information can be found at Oklahoma Dept. of Ag. Owners are encouraged to visit the triage center to report their missing pets and to visit the online pages to determine if their pet has been located. They may also call ODAFF at (405) 837-7240.
Individuals who find animals that are displaced are encouraged to take these animals to the pet triage center being operated by ODAFF veterinarians and staff at Home Depot in Moore. All animals are being placed at area shelters and veterinary clinics so that owners can be reunited. Individuals should not keep lost animals at their personal residence. Animals may be in need of veterinary care and owners will have extreme difficulty locating animals if they are not at area shelters.
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