PAWHUSKA, Okla. — Quick Facts:
- Pawhuska Pound Pals takes in animals that come from abusive homes.
- One organizer told FOX23 they took care of at least 20 animals from abusive homes last year.
- The group was started by Susie Owens and Vicki Godbehere in 2016.
- They want people to know that animals are innocent victims in domestic situations. They can't speak for themselves, so Owens and Godbehere work to speak for, and take care of, them.
- They help the animals with their own money and with donations.
- They maintain a Facebook group with a list of adoptable dogs and more.
- WATCH FOX23 Cornelius Hocker's full report above.
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