National Prep for your Pet!
Forgetting the furry family members when making your evacuation plans can put pets, pet owners, and first responders in danger.
Even if you try to create a safe place for them, pets left behind during a disaster are likely to be injured, lost, or worse. It is your responsibility as a pet owner to find out what type of shelters and assistance are available in your area to accommodate pets and to include pets in your disaster plan to keep them safe during an emergency.
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