Moving Stories Of Oklahoma Tornado Victims Finding Their Pets Amid The Destruction

May 22, 2013 3:27 pm 0 comments Views: 5203

Abby Madi and Peterson Zatterlee comforting their dog Rippy standing in the wreckage of Moore.

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Maeghan Hadley, of the One Day Ranch pet rescue, takes a kitten from the wreckage of a mobile home, near Shawnee, Oklahoma.

Maeghan Hadley, of the One Day Ranch pet rescue, takes a kitten from the wreckage of a mobile home, near Shawnee, Oklahoma.

Image by Sue Ogrocki / AP

Image by Sue Ogrocki / AP

Image by Marcus DiPaola/Xinhua via Zuma Press/MCT

The amazing story of a woman who emerged from the rubble of her home and was reunited with her dog on live TV.

Lonnie Langston and his dog survey the wreckage of his garage near Shawnee, Oklahoma.

Lonnie Langston and his dog survey the wreckage of his garage near Shawnee, Oklahoma.

Image by Brett Deering / Getty Images

Kay James comforts her cat in the wreckage of what used to be her home.

Kay James holds her cat as she sits in her driveway in front of what was her home near Oklahoma City. ♥♡♥

A dog, hurting, but alive, who made it through the tornado in the family’s storm shelter.

Elizabeth, who didn’t think twice about riding out the storm in a bathtub with her dog Ginger.

Elizabeth, who didn't think twice about riding out the storm in a bathtub with her dog Ginger.

Via: kfor.com

Rescue crews in Moore move quickly to save an injured dog they pull from the rubble.

Rachel Hilton rescues stray kittens from the debris of her parents’ home in Moore.

Rachel Hilton rescues stray kittens from the debris of her parents' home in Moore.

Image by The Oklahoman, Nate Billings / AP

A man saves a horse from the rubble of a destroyed daycare in Moore.

A man saves a horse from the rubble of a destroyed daycare in Moore.

Image by The Oklahoman, Steve Sisney / AP

But there are also animals who have yet to be reunited with their owners, including this scared little guy.

And this smiling pooch.

If you know anything about the whereabouts of any missing animals, there are two pretty active lost & found Facebook groups that need all the help they can get.

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