TULSA — The Tulsa SPCA is asking for donations after receiving over 75 dogs from a Sequoyah County cruelty case.
The nonprofit animal shelter posted a video on Facebook of puppies happily running around in green grass at the shelter.
The organizations said the dogs are receiving a ton of love and attention from their staff members.
Our goal is to get them into foster homes so they can find out what being a dog is all about. They have never had that opportunity until now.
Tulsa SPCA is providing food, collars, leashes and toys to their foster families, and are now in need of other items.
Their most immediate needs are canned food (because several puppies have poor teeth), large crates and small martingale collars, according to the post.
People wishing to donate to offset the costs of caring for all of the organization's dogs and cats can do so online by using the Tulsa SPCA's Amazon Wish List. If people donate through Amazon, the supplies will be delivered directly to the Tulsa SPCA.
WATCH videos of some of the dogs from the cruelty case playing outside:
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