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Tulsa SPCA Collects Supplies For Creek County Animals

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The Tulsa SPCA is collecting relief supplies for the animals affected by the Creek County wildfires.

Their Mobile Adoption Center was in Olive today.

They are collecting donations for cats and dogs but also livestock supplies.

They need flea and tick medicine, leashes and livestock feed.

They will also collect supplies like rakes, box fans and extent ion cords for those who are cleaning up.

You can also sign up to be a foster home for displaced pets.

The SPCA will also be working with other animal agencies to help wherever the need is greatest.

Organizers say people like you make their donations possible.

Lori Hall works with the SPCA and says it's been a great humbling experience.

Monetary donations are always welcomed, and all the money raised will stay in Creek County.

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