Oklahoma City Humane Society Homeward Bound program connects pets with prospective owners
The program sent about 1,800 dogs to out of state shelters that had a strong demand for adoptable pets.
On any given day the Oklahoma City Animal Shelter is full of dogs and cats waiting for new homes, or for their owners to be reunited with them.
But some cities don’t have those problems. Some don’t have enough adoptable dogs to meet the demand. The Central Oklahoma Humane Society’s Homeward Bound program is designed to help get...
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