A "comfort" dog from Cairo, Neb. is heading south to help victims of Monday's massive tornado that killed 24 people -- including 10 children -- in Moore, Okla.
Moses has been sent to comfort many others affected by scenes of devastation, such as the Boston Marathon bombings, a West Texas explosion, and the school shooting in Newtown, Conn.
Moses is part of Lutheran Church Charities National K-9 Comfort Dog Ministry, and he is used to help people cope during tough times.
Pastor Glen Keylon says Moses provides a lot of relief to people -- especially children -- when they are able to pet him during a tough time.
Find out more about Moses by visiting his Facebook page.