Feature Story | 05/29/13
Our Red Star Rescue team was invited by the state of Oklahoma to assist with the care and rescue of animals affected by the devastating tornado.
We’re working with the Moore Animal Shelter through a coordinated effort with the Department of Agriculture, and have already started to reunite some animals with their families.
We are proud to be helping other groups on the ground doing important work saving animals. Much more work to be done!
To help: http://bit.ly/16O8LCH
News Release | 06.14.13
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Blog Post | Fri, 07 Jun 2013 14:33:42 +0000
Did you or someone you know lose a pet during the May 20th storm in Oklahoma?? Below are some resources which may aid your search. The Department of Agriculture has set up a public information hotline for animals affected by the May 19 and May 20 natural disasters. If you have lost a pet, found aRead More
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Blog Post | Tue, 04 Jun 2013 14:00:23 +0000
Helping Oklahoma Recover So many stories of hope, survival and compassion have risen from the rubble of Moore Oklahoma as the community continues to recover from the tragedy of May 20. Incredible stories of perseverance, courage and love demonstrate the strength of the human-animal bond. These heartfelt tales bring hope to the public, American HumaneRead More
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Blog Post | Fri, 31 May 2013 18:16:36 +0000
Showing their support for the animals of Oklahoma and American Humane Association’s efforts to help them, Bev and Rick Lambert, the parents of renowned country singer and longtime supporter Miranda Lambert, yesterday visited the temporary animal shelter where our Red Star Rescue volunteers are helping the city of Moore care for animals affected by the May 20 tornado.Read More
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Blog Post | Thu, 30 May 2013 21:21:52 +0000
Catastrophic winds in excess of 210 mph gripped the citizens and animals of Moore, OK but it wasn’t enough to destroy the incredible spirit and tenacity of its two- and four-legged residents. With boots on the ground just days after a devastating EF-5 tornado ravaged parts of central Oklahoma, our Red Star™ Animal Emergency ServicesRead More
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