Emergency Supplies & Traveling Kits-
Every house should have emergency supplies but the reality is they don’t. It’s never too late to start food storage and it can be easier than you think. With the current state of the economy many people are struggling just to put food on the table for regular dinner, let alone have extra money for food they won’t be eating. It’s as simple as buying a can of beans and putting in a safe dry place you will be able to get to in case of an emergency. One can, once a week or once a month, will not make a large difference in your budget but will make all the difference when you find yourself in the aftermath of an Earthquake.
ü 3 – 7 days of food (be sure to rotate every 2 months)
ü Disposable Litter trays (aluminum roasting pans work)
ü Litter or paper towel
ü Liquid dish soap and disinfectant
ü Garbage bags for clean up
ü Extra harness and leash
ü Photocopies of medical records and 2 weeks worth of any medications in a waterproof
ü Bottled water (for people and pets)
ü A traveling bag, crate, or sturdy carrier (preferably one for each pet)
ü Recent photo copy of your pet (to identify or to help search for a lost pet)
ü Dog toys and chewtoys
ü Yard stake and long leash
If you have multiple household pets, this list should include any carrier, bedding, food, and water for at least a week for them as well.