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Tornado Pet Relief From Red River Valley Arrives In Oklahoma - Valley News Live - KVLY/KXJB - Fargo/Grand Forks

Tornado Pet Relief From Red River Valley Arrives In Oklahoma

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A full semi of pet supplies and donations has been unloaded and is being put to good use as the community of Moore, Oklahoma attempts to recover after the devastating tornado.

After two days of travel with the addition of two days of your generous donations, the Valley News Live crew and truck full of donations is in Oklahoma. There has been an outpouring of support from for the Bella Foundation and this cause. About 30 volunteers came out to assist and unloading the truck. The Bella Foundation says are very thankful and that this is going to go a long way for helping their cause.

Bella Foundation organizer, Emily Garman, says, "In situations like this, sometimes the focus is so much on the humans, but in our area, we focus on the animals and this has been such a big big help for us here. And I just, words fail me to express the gratitude."

The $5000 and the 20-plus tons of donations will to help the hundreds of pets the Bella Foundation is taking caring for weeks, if not months.

A big thank you to everyone who donated towards this cause. A major partner in all of this has been Home of Economy, which took donations at four different locations. Thanks also goes out to Petco, FM Crusaders, Garden Hut and Paradis Trucking.

 

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