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Say Hello to Oklahoma’s Favorite Forever Home

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In 1982, Bill and Pat Larson aspired to help Oklahoma’s abused pets. The Edmond couple purchased 20 acres of land and built spacious, safe havens for animals who needed it most.

The Larsons’ dream officially became a reality when Free To Live Animal Sanctuary opened its doors in August 1984.

Today, Free To Live is the largest nonprofit, no-kill animal sanctuary in Oklahoma. Over the last 33 years, the organization has placed thousands of animals in loving homes. Most admirably, any unadopted animals are welcome to live happily and comfortably at the Sanctuary, where they’re truly free to live.

Jake Pasdach, Jones PR

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