Oklahoma City Humane Society to open neonatal center for animals

Oklahoma City Humane Society to open neonatal center for animals


TIFFANY: VOLUNTEERS WILL TAKE CARE OF NEW BORN KITTENS A TIFFANY: THIS WILL TAKE CARE OF INFANT PUPPIES, TEACHING THEM HOW TO GROOM THEM SELVES, USE WERE THE RESTROOM, EVEN EAT PROPERLY. THE CENTRAL OKLAHOMA CITY HUMANE SOCIETY WILL BE OPENING UP A NEW CENTER IN JUST A FEW DAYS. AN EXISTING PROGRAM- THAT WHAT WILL NOW HAVE A NEW SPACE. THE CENTER WILL GIVE VITAL CARE TO NEWBORN KITTENS AND PUPPIES THAT OTHERWISE- WOULD HAVE A VERY SLIM CHANCE ON MAKING IT ON THEIR OWN. MOST OF THEM COME IN AS ORPHANS- UNDER SIX WEEKS OL I SPOKE WITH JANEL GRIFFIETH THE NEONATE VOLUNTEER COORDINATO SHE SAYS- THEY’VE BEEN USING FOSTER HOMES BUT THIS NEW CENTER WILL OPEN THE DOOR TO MORE VOLUNTEERS.>>THIS NEW BUILDING IS GIVING PPL OPPORTUNITIES WHO MAYBE CANT TAKE A NEONATAL 24HOUR THEY CAN COME IN, THEY CAN FEED. AND BE ABLE TO GO HOME AND SLEEP AT NIGHT. TIFFANY: THE PRESIDENT OF THE CENTRAL OKLAHOMA HUMANE SOCIETY SAYS THERE WILL BE SHIFTS ALL THROUGHOUT THE DAY. AND THEY ARE LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS NEW VOLUNTEERS WILL GO THROUGH

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