The devastating tornadoes that left hundreds homeless in the Oklahoma City metro area Monday also separated many families from their beloved pets.
Best Friends Pet Care is collecting donations to help The Central Oklahoma Humane Society in its efforts to save pets lost during the storm and reunite them with their families. Pet lovers are invited to make a donation by stopping into or calling any Best Friends Pet Care center nationwide.
“We know that pets are family members and it is very stressful to be separated from them, especially in difficult circumstances like this,” said Michael Biondo, VP of Marketing for Best Friends Pet Care. “We want to help reunite these pets with their families as quickly as possible and be sure they are cared for until that can happen.”
To find the nearest Best Friends center and make a donation, visit our Locations page or call 800-FOR-PETS.
In addition to accepting donations for the Humane Society’s efforts, the Best Friends Pet Care center in Oklahoma City is collecting donations of food, pet beds and other supplies for the Moore Animal Shelter, where many of the displaced pets are being housed.
Best Friends Oklahoma City also is accepting displaced pets free of charge on a space-available basis. For information, visit the center at13517 Railway Drive or call 405-751-1944.