Dogs, cats homeless after Alabama tornadoes find homes in Oregon, Tennessee

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(AL.com) — Groups across the country are helping Lee County animals find their forever homes after last week’s tornado.

After the deadly tornado ripped through Lee County on March 3, leaving 23 dead and dozens injured, the Humane Society of the United States contacted several humane societies across the nation to ask for help. According to the Oregon Humane Society, they were asked by HSUS if they could take any of the 150 pets who were being evacuated from Lee County shelters.

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