Claremore, You Can Help Animals Affected by Hurricane Harvey

In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, several Houston animals were brought to Oklahoma shelters until they can be reunited with their families, or as they wait for new homes.

The Rogers County Court Dog Program is working to ease some of the burden on shelter resources with a donation drive this Saturday, September 9, at the Courthouse parking lot. From 8a – 12p, please drop off any of the following items:


dog and cat collars
water bowls
pill pockets
Kong filler
Pedigree dog food
cat food
cat litter
paper towels
Clorox wipes
cat toys
dog toys
cat treats
dog treats
bath towels
fleece blankets
plastic dog carriers


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