PAWS Chicago to help Oklahoma pets
Members of the no-kill animal shelter PAWS Chicago are in Oklahoma, working to help the dozens of pets who were injured or displaced by Monday’s tornado.
More than 350 volunteers left for Oklahoma Friday.
They plan to bring back 75 pets living in shelters, some of whom are at risk of being euthanized.
Their goal is to free up room for the many animals affected by the tornado.
The pets they bring to Chicago will be available for adoption by Memorial Day.