Pets lost during the recent Midwest tornadoes are beginning to emerge from rubble, likely in search of food and their owners. Dogs, cats, horses, cattle, rabbits and even chickens are being rescued and taken to shelters where they are treated for injuries. Attempts are being made to find their owners.
Animal rescue groups have also been gathering food across the state for pets and beyond."It's not only for dogs and cats, but horses, cattle, rabbits, chickens, any kind of farm animals. There's a great need for food," said volunteer Trish Roehm.
Shelters are working together and using Facebook to post pictures of lost pets in hopes of reuniting them with their families.