Oklahoma Tornado Pet Rescue-Find Pets

Help Find Animals Lost In The Oklahoma Tornado Through These Online Resources

In the aftermath of the Oklahoma Tornado, there are a number of online resources to help reconnect missing pets with their owners, or a type of online Oklahoma Tornado Lost and Found for pets.

OKC Metro Area Lost & Found Pets and OKC Area Lost and Found Pets Facebook Page

The website OKC Metro Area Lost & Found Pets was created by the Oklahoma Animal Welfare Division, the SPCA and the Humane Society lets you post a lost or a found pet and view pictures of lost and found pets. You can also browse by features such as your pet’s breed.

Moore Oklahoma Tornado Info

In addition to providing help and recovery resources, numerous individuals are also posting Oklahoma lost and found pet information to check out.

Moore Oklahoma Tornado Lost and Found Animals

This Facebook page posts of lost or found pets in the area of the Moore Oklahoma Tornado.

May 19th 2013 OK Tornado Doc & Pic Recovery

Primarily a Facebook Group to reunite people with documents and pictures they may have lost in the Oklahoma Tornado, people are also posting pictures of lost and found pets here in a special section just for pets.

Lost & Found Animals Oklahoma Tornadoes

A Facebook page created by HendrickBoards.com, in order to reunite and rehome animals displaced by the Oklahoma Tornado.

The Oklahoma Humane Society and Central Oklahoma Humane Society Facebook Page

Whether you’d like to volunteer your services to reunite pets with their owners after the Oklahoma Tornado, you’re looking for your missing pet, or you have found a pet after the tornado, contact the Oklahoma Humane Society at (405)286-1229, ext. 4. You can also check out their Facebook page

Reddit

Reddit users are using their powers for good, serving as an Oklahoma tornado lost and found for pets, for animals from the town of Moore. You can find photos, information about lost and found animals and search here.

PAWS Chicago

PAWS Chicago is planning to take 75 animals to its PAWS Chicago adoption program, to provide relief for local shelters. Could your dog, cat or animal be among them? Contact PAWS Chicago at 773-475-9464. PAWS Chicago is also planning on posting photos and information about the Oklahoma tornado lost and found pets on their site, very shortly.

The Pet Owners Resource Center

The Pet Owners Resource Center is also posting Oklahoma tornado lost and found information for pets, in addition to disaster information for those affected by the Oklahoma Tornado.

The McClain County Animal Response Team

A Facebook page dedicated to helping animals affected by emergencies in McClain County, Oklahoma, they also have numerous animals posted which were lost and found during the Oklahoma Tornado.

Animal Resource Center, Inc.

Provides information on current displaced animals that have been lost and found in the Oklahoma Tornado.

Shelters Currently Holding Displaced Animals

Moore Home Depot
(Many Animals have been brought here, after the Oklahoma Tornado)
650 SW 19th St
Moore, OK
(405) 895-6064

Animal Resource Center
7941 S I-35 Service Rd
Oklahoma City, OK 73149
(405) 604-2892

Moore Animal Shelter
3900 S I-35 Service Rd
Oklahoma City
(405) 793-5190

OKC Shelter
2811 SE 29th Street
Oklahoma City, OK
(405) 602-0064

Norman Animal Shelter
3428 S Jenkins Ave N
Norman, OK 73072
(405) 292-9736

Cleveland County Fairgrounds
615 E Robinson St Norman, OK 73071
(405) 360-4721

Cleveland County Fairgrounds
615 E. Robinson St
Norman, OK 73071
(405) 360-4721

Edmond Police Dep
2424 Old Timbers Dr.
Edmond, OK 73034
Ph: (405) 216-7615
Fx: (405) 216-7618

Animal Resource Center
I-35 Service Road,
Oklahoma City,
OK 73149.
Phone: 405.604.2892

Benchmark Animal Hospital
1701 W. 116th Street,
Perkins,
OK 74059.
Phone: 405.547.8381

*Many pets are also at local Veterinary Clinics so do not give up searching.

*If you have any updates in order to help pets which have been lost and found as a result of the Oklahoma Tornado, please list them in the comments section.

[Picture via: Central Oklahoma Humane Society Facebook Page]

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