September 30, 2020 —
Two dozen adorable pups will be getting a second chance at life with the help of a giant friend, as American Humane loads up one of its huge 50-foot animal rescue vehicles with abandoned dogs being cared for at the Enid SPCA and transports them more than 600 miles to find forever loving homes. Four Enid SPCA volunteers will be driving separately to help care for the dogs on their 10-hour journey.
Dr. Lesa Staubus, American Humane Rescue veterinarian & two American Humane volunteers
Vickie Grantz, director of the Enid SPCA and four Enid SPCA volunteers
American Humane’s giant 50-foot animal rescue vehicle
20-25 lucky dogs
WHERE & WHEN:
Loading of the dogs into the giant rescue vehicle
Tuesday, September 29 at the Enid SPCA – at 5:00 pm
1116 Overland Trail
Enid, OK 73703
About American Humane
American Humane, the country’s first national humane organization, has a long history of work in Oklahoma. The group deployed following devastating flooding in Tulsa in 1984, a tornado outbreak in 1999, and the devastating 2013 EF-5 tornado in Moore. In 2016, American Humane, with funding from the Kirkpatrick Foundation and the Donner Foundation, placed a giant, new 50-foot animal emergency vehicle in Oklahoma City. American Humane and Chicken Soup for the Soul Pet Food delivered 13,000 pounds of free food to the Pet Food Pantry in Oklahoma City, and American Humane was involved in saving animals caught in the Oklahoma floods. To learn more about their work, please visit www.americanhumane.org.
About Enid SPCA
Enid SPCA provides compassionate care to companion animals awaiting adoption. We also provide a local community pet food pantry to help people and pets in need. You can find out more about us at www.enidspca.org.