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Bay Area Shelters Are Hoping For Homes For 100+ Kittens, Puppies, Cats, & Dogs From Huge Oklahoma Animal Surge Emergency

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Over a hundred homeless kittens, puppies, dogs, and cats were flown to the Bay Area on Monday from an overburdened shelter in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The situation became overwhelming after a recent surge of animals, mostly kittens, were brought to the shelter due to strays and unneutered/spayed adults.


Ready to adopt? These sweeties are now divided up between these 13 Bay Area shelters:

  1. Berkeley Humane,
  2. East Bay SPCA,
  3. Forgotten Felines,
  4. Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter,
  5. Humane Society of Silicon Valley,
  6. Humane Society of Sonoma County,
  7. Marin Humane,
  8. North Bay Animal Services,
  9. Pets Lifeline,
  10. Placer SPCA,
  11. Sacramento SPCA,
  12. Santa Cruz SPCA,
  13. Tony La Russa’s Animal Rescue Foundation.

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