Different type of disasters call for different sorts of measures, but in all
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It is vital that you don’t leave your pet behind in the event of an evacuation, as they may become trapped or exposed to life-threatening hazards. All Red Cross disaster shelters accept pets. You can prepare for this by researching local places that will accept pets in case of an emergency.
Just as humans have emergency kits, pets should have them too. Here are some examples of what to keep in a pet evacuation kit:
3-7 days worth of canned or dry food, Disposable litter trays, Litter or paper toweling, Disinfectant and liquid dish soap, Feeding dishes,
Extra collars, harnesses and leashes, Paper Towels, Bottled water, Blanket, Photos of your pet and a Crate.
In case something happens to you, you should have someone who can act as a temporary and/or permanent caregiver. This sort of decision needs
to be made ahead of time, and be well thought out, as it requires a lot of
Bring pets inside at first sign of an impending disaster
Call ahead to make arrangements to board your pet
Ideally, you should have your pet
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