TULSA -- A judge agreed Tuesday morning to release dozens of dogs to their identified owners after authorities took them in last week from a dog trainer's overcrowded home.
The Humane Society of Tulsa, the Tulsa County district attorney's office as well as the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office reached an agreement to give 36 dogs back to their rightful owners.
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Humane Society staff members worked during the past weekend to collect information from people so that they could get back the animals they had boarded at Marjorie Satterfield's home.
On Thursday last week, deputies found 106 dogs, seven cats, four chickens and six other birds in Satterfield's home in Skiatook. They arrested her for animal cruelty and booked her into the Tulsa County jail. She has since bonded out.
The Humane Society is still encouraging people to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org as well as pictures and other information if they believe their pets are among those recovered from the house.
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