Pledge To Take Your Pets With You

Do you have a pet? Are you prepared? Unfortunately, some pet owners are not prepared when a disaster strikes. In fact, we have seen first-hand through our disaster rescue efforts that pets—especially cats—are left behind to fend for themselves.

Disasters can happen at any time; so plan ahead, be prepared, and don't lose sense of your priorities—pets are family and should never be left behind. Pledge now to be a responsible pet owner who will take ALL pets with you.

How can you prepare for you and your pet? Check out the Pet Disaster-Preparedness Kit.

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No Pet Left Behind

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Be a responsible and loving pet owner. I consider my pet as my family and there is no excuse not to treat my pet as so. I am aware that leaving any pet behind during an evacuation is a sign of neglect. There are many resources available to help me plan and prepare for my pet if and when a disaster strikes.

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