Forget Area 51, Raid This Oklahoma Animal Shelter Instead!

Forget Area 51, Raid This Oklahoma Animal Shelter Instead! July 25, 2021

You’ve probably heard about the latest obsession with Area 51, the military base that allegedly holds aliens and their technology. People are seriously talking about marching into a heavily fortified base just to get a peek at something that’s out of this world. But an animal shelter in Oklahoma City pulled the ultimate PR move. They’re asking people to make a pit stop at their shelter to pick up some pets with special head armor to keep alien hunters safe when they break into Area 51.Recently, the shelter posted an event on Facebook called “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us.” They also wrote: “Adoption isn’t that far out of this world!” And there’s a perk to adopting these creatures.

But tin foil is supposed to repel alien brainwaves, so the shelter has given the adorable animals in their care a couple of tin foil hats to protect themselves and you from the power of the aliens lurking in Area 51.

But some people seem to be taking the event to heart. About 1.7 million followers have marked that they are going to the event to storm Area 51. But hopefully, they’ll take one or two of these beloved pets with them along on this dangerous mission.

It read, “Do you want to storm Area 51 and find aliens? You can do that right here at the Longview Animal Care and Adoption Center (LACAC 51).”

And they were right. How could you only take one? If you were to raid this amazing animal shelter, you’d probably wind up adopting each and every one of these adorable furry aliens.

Best of all? All of their pets were well taken care of and were up to date with their vaccinations, so taking home one of these cute little aliens would come at almost no cost. “Adoption fee includes spay / neuter, microchip, and age-appropriate vaccinations. No probing allowed.”

They have a ton of adorable pets who are dying to find their forever home. So what are you waiting for? Get your tin foil hats out of the closet and get ready to raid their shelter. “Adoption isn’t that far out of this world!” the staff wrote, and we couldn’t agree more.