“On a scale not seen since Japan’s Fukushima disaster, Oklahoma has been struck with a force leaving more damage than an atomic bomb” according to international news reports.
Like everyone else, I’m so thankful to all first responders, volunteers and rescue teams. Our prayers are with the people and pals of this Oklahoma tragedy. Click Oklahoma, We Are With You to read my previous post on Oklahoma, including the full video of the elderly lady finding her beloved dog in the rubble, but alive and well.
Become part of BlogPaws Blogger Disaster Response Network (BDRN) for Oklahoma. Donations received on the WIDGET BADGE in sidebar, go directly to World Vets who are assessing the needs on site. Donations close May 28th.
Thankfully this week mum (Michele) was able to rescue 2 animals in urgent need of help. First was an adult Kangaroo who she had to humanely euthanise but the second rescue, a Tawny Nose Frogmouth bird is in bird Hospital. The bird looks identical to an Owl. I’m writing a rescue article and will post their photos then.
What are you thankful for? Please share it with us because everyone has such different stories each week. Don’t feel like writing? Just post a wordless pic. BOL! If you need help, please just leave a comment and I’ll help you. :=o)