Animal Rescue Efforts After Destructive Tornado

Extraordinary measures are underway to help reunite pets with their worried owners.
1:25 | 05/21/13

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oklahoma, there are so many measures under way to return every family pet, every dog, every cat, every rabbit, and even horse to very worried owners. All across the tornado zone, joy at the recovery of the smallest members of a family. Animal survivors right there with their owners throughout the storm. I held my dog close to me and just waited to see what was going to happen. This little black dog stood guard over its owner who died in the storm. A sheriff's deputy plans to adopt it, the internet is spreading -- they show the barn before and then after the storm. Lando heights survived in a horse stall at the farm and tells kfor, there were at least 80 horses, he was worried. The these horses are how we survive. We might have one horse left out of all of them. But tonight we have learned 34 horses survived. So many animals separated from their owners. And tonight the rescue effort is under way to find and care for these survivors too. Many with injuries. On the web, shelters posted photos of rescued pets. Dogs, rabbits, even a parrot. Helping link animals to owners. The pup trixie back with her family again tonight.

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