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Friday, November 26, 2010

Pet Preparedness

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What plans have you made for your critters to survive a crisis?  What happens if you cannot get home for three days or more?  Do they have enough food and water for the duration?

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1 comment:

Arthur B. Burnett said...

Greetings from Falls County,
I usually have someone I can call to drop by if things go bad and I can't get home. We keep supplies on hand for the beasties, but half the battle is keeping them out of it. Dog could be in bad shape. Porch cats are pretty good at 'mousing'. As for the indoor cats, usually refered to as the thugs, has anyone ever read "And Then There Were None."