Homeless pets in Commerce, Oklahoma are still waiting for their owners to find them after the May 10th tornado. After the May 10th tornado that hit Picher, Oklahoma, the Commerce Animal Shelter gained about 100 animals that were separated from their families, and now the shelter is asking for the public's help. Commerce Police Chief Bob Baine says, "We'd like to see if the public could give donations towards the feed and care and also we need some manpower." They say some more volunteers would help with feeding, watering and walking the animals, keeping their kennels clean, and giving them some necessary attention. Cynthia Armstrong, The Humane Society of the United States State Director, Southwest Region says, "When we get a chance we like to spend a little time loving on them. They're awfully sweet, they've obviously been someone's pets." On June 10th it will be thirty days since the storm hit, and after that any pets that are not reunited with their families will be put up for adoption to the public. "We want to give every chance to the residents who were tornado victims to claim their animals, then after that if they're still unclaimed, we'll work on getting them to a new home," says Armstrong. The Commerce Animal Shelter is located directly behind the police department if you would like to stop by to volunteer. Baine says, "We've been busy with doing that and getting our resources together and trying to provide health and safety to these animals till we can get them placed back to their owners." Shelter volunteers urge people to stop by to see if they're caring for your pet.