Fulton firms to assist Joplin tornado victims

Tom McDowell, owner of Paradise Pets at 901 S. Business 54 in Fulton, with some of the donated pet food and supplies to be sent by the Callaway County Humane Society to aid distressed pets displaced by the deadly tornano that hit Joplin on Sunday.

Tom McDowell, owner of Paradise Pets at 901 S. Business 54 in Fulton, with some of the donated pet food and supplies to be sent by the Callaway County Humane Society to aid distressed pets displaced by the deadly tornano that hit Joplin on Sunday. Photo by Don Norfleet.

Some Fulton businesses are making an effort to raise money to aid victims of the tornado on Sunday that killed at least 122 and destroyed more than 4,000 homes and businesses in Joplin.

Pets also are included in the relief effort. The Callaway County Humane Society is collecting pet food and supplies to be sent to Joplin.

The Debo Funeral Home, 813 Court St., is collecting non perishable and personal hygiene items to aid Joplin tornado victims.

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