Humane Society of Tulsa rescues 20 dogs from Hurricane Delta damage

VIDEO: Tulsa Humane Society brings pets back from places impacted by hurricane

TULSA, Okla. — Dozens of dogs in Louisiana will be looking for new homes soon after being rescued from the damage left by Hurricane Delta.

Last week the Humane Society of Tulsa was supposed to be in Louisiana for a spay and neutering event but their plans changed when Hurricane Delta made landfall.

The Humane Society turned quickly to start helping with recovery efforts.

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The Humane Society says shelters and animal control have been overwhelmed after dealing with multiple hurricanes in the past few months.

Animals who were in need of help before the storm and pets of those who’d lost their homes were rescued.

The organization helped with vaccines, spay and neutering and with animal rescues. They ended up bringing home about 20 dogs who will be taken to other shelters across the country with the available space.