StormPetRescuePR

StormPetRescuePR

@DisasterPetPR

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Public relations for @harveypetrescue Pet rescue, weather updates, disaster preparedness. @bartenderResist is my alt account

Joined on September 05, 2017

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Quoted @bartenderResist

Let's talk about Hurricane Irma. The newest hurrican "could" hit the East Coast next week. Now is the time to prepare.

A Disaster preparedness thread I wrote on my other account. It can't hurt to *ALWAYS* be prepared, so you're not scrambling for supplies.

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Quoted @alt_jabroni

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I’ve never experienced a tornado, so that’s all I’ve got. Feel free to add to the tips.

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If you are outside, get inside a sturdy building as soon as possible. Do not try to outrun one in your car. Overpasses and bridges are not safe either. You are safer in low, flat areas. Please prepare for yourself and your pets.

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Your best bet is to hunker down in your basement. If you don’t have one, an interior room without windows or a bathroom are good option. Use your arms to protect your head against flying debris. A thick blanket or comforter will also give you some protection.

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The Philadelphia area was awoken at 3:23 a.m. this morning by an alert that there was a tornado warning across the region. Don’t do what I did and look out the window and go back to sleep. Here’s some tornado survival tips.

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Quoted @ounwcm

You may feel safe in your car, but it’s a dangerous place to be in a tornado or severe thunderstorm. An overpass or bridge is not safe either, so get off the road and find a sturdy building. If you’re lucky you might find one of these @TxDOT rest areas! #SafePlaceSelfie

You may feel safe in your car, but it’s a dangerous place to be in a tornado or severe thunderstorm. An overpass or bridge is not safe either, so get off the road and find a sturdy building. If you’re lucky you might find one of these @TxDOT rest areas! #SafePlaceSelfie

Great advice!!

Quoted @bartenderResist

Going to add some winter survival tips from my @DisasterPetPR account tomorrow. https://twitter.com/bartenderresist/status/946266966783942656 …

Ugh. Winter is here and just dropped 4 inches of snow on me. Here are some tips for cold weather, snow, and blizzards.

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That’s all I can think of. The truly best advice I can give you is to go to a shelter. If you don’t have a car, call police or your local fire department. They may have people available to take you there. I’ve never heard of a shelter charging evacuees.

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The last few hurricanes I’ve been through, I’ve worn cargo capris or shorts. Why? For the pockets. I can keep my car keys, cell phone and anything crucial on me at all times. The last thing you want to do try to find your keys when a tree hits your house.

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Pay attention to what’s going on, don’t drink alcohol because while it may calm you, you may not make the best decisions. You need to stay calm and be on point. Gather important documents and medicines and keep them near or on you. Ziplock bags are great for this.

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To the next level in your house. That might mean your attic. Make sure you have an axe or something to break through your roof should it be necessary. During #HurricaneKatrina, many people got trapped in their attics and couldn’t get out.

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Keep your supplies together so you can grab them and go. Fill your car up. Plug your bathtub and fill it with water. Also fill up pots and pans and any large containers with water. If your house starts taking in water, grab your supplies and get everyone, including your pets

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Quoted @RedTRaccoon

My wife just made a statement that people who live paycheck to paycheck can understand. It isn't a good time to evacuate if you are short on cash. Friday is still days away (it's also the 15th).

If you absolutely cannot go to a shelter, for financial or any other reason, here are some ideas. Secure windows with plywood. Put sandbags around doors, including garage doors. Take a large sheet and paint a sign that you can hang outside if you need help.

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This is one of the reasons we rescue pets during extreme weather conditions.

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Quoted @bartenderResist

#HurricaneFlorence if you are considering “riding out” this hurricane, please watch this video. Then pack up your gear and pets and get the hell out. https://twitter.com/weatherchannel/status/1040038147449610240 …

This is horrifying. Please pay attention to emergency evacuation orders and follow them. While enroute to a shelter, map out the best way to avoid creeks, rivers, and any other water sources.

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Don’t forget snacks and chocolate and comfort foods.

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🌀📢 #HurricaneFlorence
#Flooding Inland 

💥#NorthCarolina http://Readync.org  has an excellent App📱
💥Includes valuable ℹ⤵ #Resources #Shelters #Evacuation #MakeAPlan #RoadClosures #Updated weather 

#StayInformed ❣
#DisasterAssistTeam
https://readync.org/EN/DOWNLOADAPP.html …

So much information! Please read and retweet! #HurricaneFlorence

You can also precook bacon, and make BLTs. Don’t forget to charge your phone and any any portable chargers.

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Think about food that you don’t have to cook. I just bought precooked chicken fajita strips that I can defrost, throw some cheese on top and put in a soft tortilla. Peanut butter and jelly, tuna fish, chicken salad. Don’t forget a non-electric can opener.

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