TULSA, Okla. — Like other city services, COVID-19 slowed down Tulsa Animal Welfare.
Staff said the pandemic led to some policy changes when it comes to answering calls for stray animals.
For a Tulsa woman it was an unpleasant surprise when a stray dog made its way into her yard and frightened her. She said for a week the dog barked at her and chased her when she would get into her car for work.
2 Works For You went to work to figure out the new policy changes slowing the process of stray animal pick up.
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