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May 27, 2016


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Montecristo Travels (Sonja)

I wrote a similar post but focused on what to do when travelling and thus when it's not in familiar places or even a language... what would you recommend someone who is visiting your area focus on? Something I might be bale to add to my post?

Saurav Nayak

Hi Nick & Yvonne

This post is seriously a great writing because we have seen in many news and social networking sites the pets being trapped in dangerous situation during disasters .

We are human and it is our responsibility to take care of the animals around our household.

Nick has raised a very little but significant point that the indoor pets are more endangered in these situation just because the neighborhood doesn't have the idea about it until they see them.

So it should be mandatory to let your neighborhood also know about your pet.

Hope to see some more of such post from you guys.

With regards,

Ellen Pilch

Thank you for the download. Excellent post.

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