The Ultimate Bug Out Bag for Pets Evacuating with Pets, Short-term and Zombie Apocalypse!
by J. Godsey
If you are putting together a bug out bag for yourself and your family, don't forget the rest of your loved ones. Your pets are dependent upon you at home and away, and pre-planning for their care in an emergency is how you have to keep them happy and healthy until you return home.
This extended article (8K word) is a comprehensive reference, covering the complete emergency supply list for all your pets: dogs, cats, and other small household pets. It includes a full checklists of materials and product recommendations for First Aid Kits and Bug Out Bags.
Why prepare an evacuation kit?
Where are you evacuating to?
What should you bring with you?
What if you are not at home?
First Aid for Pets
Bug out Bag for Dogs
Dog Evac Checklist
Bug out Bag for Cats
What do you do if your cat gets loose?
Cat Evac Checklist
Bug Out Bags for Other Housepets
J. Godsey, is a publisher, editor and ghost writer with Sicpress. She has been doing pet and wildlife rescue for over 12 years; as well as working with Animal Rescue Merrimack Valley in Massachusetts and Animal Rescue Veterinary Services of Londonderry, NH, and Wolf Adventure wildlife rescue and rehabilitation of Goffstown, NH. She has brought her experience with animal handling to her community's Community Emergency Response Team. Your purchase goes towards animal rescue care and rehabilitation.
- J. Godsey, December 2012
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