Caring for pets in a hurricane


     

Caring for pets in a hurricane

  • A photo of you with your pet in the case of separation.
  • Extra leashes and collars
  • Puppy training pads in case your dog cannot go outside due to severe weather
  • Cleaning supplies
  • A crate or carrier large enough for the animal to stand and turn around
  • Treats
  • Toys and/or blankets
  • Copies of your pet’s rabies certificate and other health certificates
  • Cat Litter (if necessary)

Caring for pets in a hurricane

Make arrangements for your pets as part of your household disaster planning. If you must evacuate your home, it’s always best to take your pets with you. For health and space reasons, pets will not be allowed in public emergency shelters. If, as a last resort, you have to leave your pets behind, make sure you have a plan to ensure their care.

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