PLATTE COUNTY, Mo. — Human beings are feeling the effects of that tornado. So are the animals that live around them. Many of which are now separated from their owners.
Kathy Plant is never far from a furry friend and can’t imagine being separated.
Six days per week, Plant takes her mobile animal care service — Kathy’s Klippery — to customers around Platte County, but her next group of customers might need her help more than others do.
Plant says she’s been asked by as many as five charities, including the Northshore Animal Rescue League, to help out in Moore, Okla. That community was wrecked by a tornado earlier this week, leaving animals and their owners searching for one another.
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