ANDOVER, Kan. (KAKE) - So much was lost in the destruction from the Andover tornado on Friday, but some places around Butler County are stepping up to reunite people with lost things.

"That's from my wedding, that's my brother and I,” said Joey Quinn

An emotional reunion for Joey Quinn, who lost everything in the Andover tornado.

"I'm getting goosebumps because these are the things you don't think about at the time, but you know. That's my 26-year-old baby,” said Quinn. 

She said most of these items she thought she'd never see again.

"I just want to say thank you more than anything for people that are courteous enough and kind enough to do it, to take our belongings and just trash it. It's just thoughtful,” said Quinn. 

As clean up from the devastating Andover tornado continues, many displaced valuable, and irreplaceable items are being found and not claimed.

Which is why Andover police set up a place for people to bring items they find from the tornado debris.

"We hope it gives them a sense of normalcy, something that it's one less thing they have to worry about, because a lot of times, you know, I've lost, my mother lost a house and a fire. And so just the little things that pictures are what really matter to a lot of people,” said Chief Buck Buchanan with the Andover Police. 

Chief Buchanan says people have already brought in things like bags, pictures, tools and even a driver's license.

Countryside Pet Clinic is also taking in lost pets from the tornado.

"Everything that goes on can be really traumatic for them when they don't understand what's happening. And especially something like a tornado,” said Taylor Turley, the Assistant Manager at Countryside Pet Clinic. 

Or pets from families who lost everything and have no place to stay.

The clinic takes each animal impacted by the storms to assess injuries, mental health issues and the needs of the pets for free while their owners figure out where they will go next.

"Our pets are like our family, you know, not having somewhere to take care of them is so hard. So making sure we had a facility that we could just help take care of them, make sure they're fed, make sure they're taken care of throughout the day, just to lessen that stress for people so that they can focus on the other things,” said Turley. 

The countryside pet clinic says with situations like this that’s why it's so important to have your pets microchipped, which is why right now they are offering that service at a discounted price.