A note for those with pets, if you are forced to evacuate: Take them with you - you may not have a chance to get back Take their rabies certificate and other medical records, microchip records Have a picture in case you get separated Have an extra leash and collar Pet-friendly shelters may not have (enough) cages, so bring one if you can
Hi all - Thanks for the compliments. I have not had to evacuate, thank goodness! I have a friend in Florida who had to evacuate recently. As soon as she knew a potential evacuation was coming found a hotel in a safe area that would accept her animals and always has emergency kits packed for her, her mom and her animals. I find that more and more emergency shelters are accepting pets, at least in the Northeast. Many states have disaster response teams specifically devoted to animals who...
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