How to keep you and your pets safe during emergencies
All it takes is a bag and some foresight
Aug 12, 2017
You never know when disaster is going to strike, or when an emergency might take over your life. Nowadays, the idea of a devastating earthquake hitting the cities or rebels overtaking an entire province is no longer hypothetical. When events such as these do happen, our priority tends to be our own safety and that of our loved ones. Most of the time, this leads to our furry companions being abandoned at home and left to fend for themselves. The latest example is the state of animals left behind in Marawi after the residents were evacuated.
But that doesn’t have to be case. To make sure that everybody in your household makes a quick and safe escape in times of disasters and during emergencies, all you need is a little foresight. Check out the infographic below on how to plan your pet’s Grab & Go bag ahead.
Photos courtesy of pixabay.com and Pet Warehouse Philippines
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