Fw: Protect Your Pets from Disaster
Protect Your Pets from Disaster
Like me, I bet you can't get the tragic images from Hurricane Katrina out of your mind: hundreds of bloated dog carcasses floating in toxic water; a young boy sobs as rescuers pull his small fluffy dog, Snowball, from his arms, never to be seen again; a New Orleans manwho had climbed a tree as floodwaters rose and, for five days, held his 16-year-old dog in his arms, only to be told by rescuers that he couldn't take her with himis forced to shoot his dog instead of leaving her behind to die terrified and alone.
This tragic loss of beloved animals could happen againto any one of us, even youwhether you live along the Gulf Coast, near a fault line, or anywhere else that a natural disaster or other catastrophic event may strike. But if you make a few simple preparations, there's a good chance that you can keep your animals safe.
Are you prepared?
Please take a moment to print out our disaster preparedness checklist and view our public service announcement. It might save your animal's life.
Hurricane season is here again, and we need your help to get our disaster preparedness checklist and public service announcement out to residents who are already at risk along the Gulf Coast. Please help us prevent another Katrina and help save thousands upon thousands of lives. Make a generous contribution to PETA today.
Thank you for your compassion and generosity.
Ingrid E. Newkirk
P.S. Please forward this e-mail to your friends, family members, colleagues, and anyone else you can think of who might benefit from our checklist and lend their support to these vital efforts! Even send it to your favorite blogger. We want to make sure that as many animals as possible are protected. Thank you.
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