BENEFITING: Central Oklahoma Humane Society
Many pets have been lost and have been affected by the tornado catastrophe in Oklahoma. Like the people, these dogs and other animals need a home, food, water and love. This donation site will help rescuer’s care for the over abundant of lost pets and give them the proper living necessities they need.
Some shelters have been provided, but they do not have enough crates and supplies to care for all of these animals. All types of supplies, toys, food and anything else you can think of will be helpful.
Losing a family pet is the last thing people affected by the tornado need. A pet is part of a family; they bring smiles to people’s faces and hope. People need help to take care of these animals, nurse the injured back to health and even locate their pets. Any donation to assist families affected by this disaster would be helpful and much appreciated!
This is non profit, 100% of all donations will be used to help the affected family pets and reunite families with their pets.
Donations will be given to the Central Oklahoma Humane Society. They too are in need of crates and supplies to help the animals, but are requesting financial assistance as a donation. http://www.okhumane.org/
If you would rather donate supplies than money, all supplies can be sent to the Animal Resource Center, they are currently taking in lost animals and re uniting them with their owners. They have set up a shelter in Moore but are running out of space, crates and other supplies. Their website is http://arcokc.org/
The Animal Resource Center
7949 S I-35 Service Rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73149
Even if you do not have the funds to donate, please share this website so others may get the chance and we can help save these pets and bring families back together!
Donations are also needed to the American Veterinary Medical Foundation. The American Veterinary Medical Foundation helps all disaster relief across American and is currently assisting Oklahoma with medical care for those animals in need. They provide grants and assistance for local veterinary hospitals. Please check out their page and contribute to their efforts. Their website is