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Volunteers returned to Chicago overnight, after helping pets displaced by last month’s Oklahoma storms.
Members of the no-kill animal shelter “PAWS Chicago” left Friday, and brought back dozens of pets from shelters there.
It was their second such trip to Oklahoma.
Many of the animals were abandoned after the tornadoes hit.
Some of the pets could be available for adoption tomorrow.