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“A spooked cat or dog may bolt out the front door in fear,” she said. “All animals should have identification in case they are lost. It is far, far easier to read a collar and return a pet than it is to have it come into the shelter and hope the owner comes looking for it.”
n Stock up on pet food.
“People run to the store for milk and toilet paper, but they forget to make sure they have plenty of dog and cat food. Add pet food to your list of emergency supplies,” she said.
n Prepare pets for possible home evacuation, too.