Dozens of animals pulled from Oklahoma testing facility, Humane Society of Tulsa assists

TULSA, Okla. — Nearly 40 animals were removed from a medical testing facility in Oklahoma this week.

The Humane Society of Tulsa assisted with the removal and provided the animals with vaccinations, heartworms tests, preventatives, and transportation.

34 dogs and seven cats were pulled from the facility. A majority of the animals are older and have spent their entire lives in the facility.

The Beagle Freedom Project has helped find foster families for the animals.

This recent rescue comes just two months after the Humane Society of Tulsa rescued more than 200 beagles who were pulled from a breeding facility in Virginia.

The Beagle Freedom Project is asking for donations to help. You can send donations via Venmo or CashApp to @beaglefreedom.

You can apply to foster or adopt the animals here.