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How to keep your pet safe in the event of emergency. Recent weather events have called attention to the need for pet owners to have a pet emergency plan in place. As evacuations continue throughout the country, pet owners are urged to consider … more ›

Create a Pet Evacuation Plan
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Ches21
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Ches21
3 years ago

I was so worried about Skitters, Teddy and Shorty when I was in middle school and a horrible earthqauke hit I was actually headed back to class from the restroom and just got under the nearest doorway and then walked outside of the school with a random class when it calmed down enough and it was bad enough with such bad after shocks that when it was safe they sent everyone home early. I was so glad that my three babies were okay. at least next time I will be ready for such a disaster But shelters for animals alot of the time will only take dogs and cats what if disaster strikes and you have barnyard animals, birds, small mammals such as rodents, reptiles, anphibians or fish what do you do then does anyone know!?

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ArkLady (Diana)
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ArkLady (Diana)
3 years ago

Yes, I actually wrote an ebook on the topic that has been given away to subscribers (ArkAnimals.Com) and that has been distributed in the past by American Humane Association & the Cat Fanciers Association. The importance of having one cannot be over stated!

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