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Evacuating a Hurricane With Your Pets

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So you live in an Zone A area and have been told to evacuate—what to do about your pets? Take them with you! Because of the evacuation (and the imminent shut down of the MTA) you are allowed to bring Fido and Mittens on the subway with you. But before you pack up your four-legged friends (and other pets!) there are few things you might want to do...

Just like you ought to make a go bag for yourself (you did that, right?) you should make one for your little buddies, too.


Read more at Gothamist: http://gothamist.com/2011/08/26/hurricane_irene_evacuatingwith_chil.php

Read more tips at the New York Post: http://www.nydailynews.com/lifestyle/pets/2011/08/26/2011-08-26_hurricane_safety_tips_for_pets_how_to_keep_your_dog_cat_or_any_pet_safe_.html#ixzz1WASm0G80

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Credit: Garth Johnston, Gothamist
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