Although emergencies are spontaneous, we can still have a plan to keep our families safe. Emergency preparedness is an essential part of surviving a disaster. Being prepared prevents panic and keeps you calm in the face of a storm. Our main priority is safety for our family–make sure you haven’t forgotten every member of yours. I’m referring to your pets.
Have you ever seen the news stories following a natural disaster, highlighting all the pets that were left behind as families evacuated? Don’t leave your pets alone and afraid; include them in your emergency plan.
Creating a “safe place” is not enough. They are at risk of being injured and lost, with the possibility of ultimately leading to death. You love your pets. Keep them safe, too.
When disaster strikes:
Making a simple plan to prepare yourself in a crisis makes all the difference. You’ll have all the supplies you need ready to go.
By: KayLynn P.
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