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Shocking Animal Photos – Oklahoma Tornado

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The devastation caused by the horrific tornado that swept through Oklahoma has been catastrophic.  At least 24 are dead and dozens have been injured.  It’s times like these that really put things into perspective and we realize what is truly important in our lives; our family, our friends, and of course our pets.   Below are some uplifting images and video of pets reuniting with their owners.

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Neighbors and their pets survey the deadly tornado’s destruction:

Source: Author Kenneth M. Ruggiano TIME Magazine: Time.com published 5/20/13, accessed 5/23/2013. Click HERE to visit original article on TIME.com.

 

This is a photo of June Simpson holding her cat Sammi after she found him standing on the rubble of her destroyed home:

Source: Author Joshua Lott, Click HEREto visit original article on TIME.com, accessed 5/23/2013. Photo Credit: Tannen Maury / EPA.

 

June Simpson and her cat Sammi pictured again alongside her husband Eric:

Source: Author Joshua Lott, Click HERE to visit original article on TIME.com, accessed 5/23/2013. Photo Credit: Tannen Maury / EPA.

 

From TIME.com “Pictured below is Sean Xuereb as he recovers a dog from the rubble of a home that was destroyed by a tornado on May 21, 2013 in Moore, Oklahoma”:

Source: Click HERE to see original article on TIME.com, accessed 5/23/2013. Photo credit: Scott Olsen/Getty Images.

 

Pictured below is Austin Brock with his cat Tutti:

Source: AVAXNews, see the original article HERE, accessed 5/23/2013. Photo credit: Brennan Linsley/Associated Press.

 

Brittany Brown sprints for help after finding her grandmother’s cat named Kitty in the rubble:

Source: AVAXNews, see the original article HERE, accessed 5/23/2013. Photo Credit: Charlie Riedel/Associated Press.

 

A boy finds and comforts his dog after the tornado:

Source: Click HERE to see original article on TIME.com, accessed 5/23/2013. Photo Credit: Gene Blevins/zumapress.com.

 

Horses huddle together in Oklahoma City:

Source: Click HERE to see original article on TIME.com acccessed 5/23/2013. Photo: Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman.

 

Rescuers search for lost animals in Shawnee, Oklahoma:

Source: AVAXNews, see the original article HERE, accessed 5/23/2013. Photo credit: Marcus DiPaola/Xinhua via Zuma Press/MCT.

 

The dog pictured below is searching for food in Moore on Tuesday.  Information on how you can help is below:

Source: AVAXNews, see the original article HERE, accessed 5/23/2013. Photo Credit: Brennan Linsley/Associated Press.

 

Pictured below is Maeghan Hadley, of One Day Ranch Pet Rescue, as she checks on a kitten pulled from under the debris:

Source: AVAXNews, see the original article HERE, accessed 5/23/2013. Photo credit: Sue Ogrocki/Associated Press.

 

Kay Taylor stands with her dog Bailey in front of her destroyed home:

Source: AVAXNews, see the original article HERE, accessed 5/23/2013. Photo credit: Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman.

 

Barbara Garcia finds her missing dog buried beneath the rubble of her home during an interview with CBS NEWS, truly heartwarming!

Credit: CBS News, accessed 5/23/2013.

There are shelters in the Oklahoma area that desperately need more supplies, and we’ve put together a list of shelters below.  If you choose to order over $55, we will also take 5% off the order, and ship it for free as well.  We will also be prioritizing these orders and shipping them as quickly as possible. Please use the following coupon codes when placing orders:

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In addition, we will be sending our own care packages to the shelters listed here.  Together, we can help many more animals.
On behalf of the shelters in the affected area, thank you.

Here are the shelters:

This shelter is the closest to the city of Moore that was greatly affected by the tornado.  We spoke to the coordinator of the shelter and they could definitely use donations.  They are also providing food to shelters that may be in need.  Approximately 15% of the animals in this shelter are under veterinary care at this time.

City of Moore Animal Shelter
3900 South I-35 Service Road
Moore, OK, 73160
405-793-5190

Oklahoma City Animal Shelter
2811 SE 29th St, Oklahoma City, OK, 73129
405-297-3100

Second Chance Animal Sanctuary
4500 24th Avenue Northwest
Norman, OK, 73069
918-622-5962

Central Oklahoma Humane Society
730 West Wilshire Boulevard
Oklahoma  City, OK, 73116
405-607-8991

The Norman Animal Welfare Center
3428 South Jenkins Avenue
Norman, OK, 73072
405-292-9736

Thank you for reading and again, for your generosity and help.
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