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What I would like to know is how many of you have pets and have taken into consideration your pets in your preparedness. if you have taken them into consideration what is the plan.
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Originally posted by ignorant_ape
at the risk of sounding callous ,
the faster you ditch the emmotional baggage of " no pet left behind " the better .
PS : where do you draw the line in your " n o pet left behind " plan ? what about the rabbit, the hampster, even the gold fish ?
are you going to be running to the hills with a chuffing menagerie in tow
Originally posted by Terapin
If you wish to keep your cat around in a survival or bug out situation, then I suggest that you get your cat prepared just like you prepare everyone else. Get your cat used to the idea of being outside the house. Get your cat used to the outdoors. Let it hunt for mice outside. Let it re-learn to find live food.
Originally posted by forestlady
Since your cat is already a mouser, he can, in emergency, provide food for you and the rest of the 2 leggeds in your family, even though it sounds yucky to eat a mouse, when you're desperate, you'll eat anything and it is good protetin.