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Re: Re: [Chat] bestfriends

Wonderful to hear.
You know, I realize and fully understand many people thinking, "oh, it's
another hurricane, we can ride it out" and then getting stuck.  But even so,
why wouldn't they have a stash - like the Mormons(I think) who keep a year's
supply of stuff on hand.

The first I'd think about would be my cats.  I wouldn't want to put them
through it.  And I wouldn't go anywhere without them. (which means I need to
get another carrier or two) But I would have a stock of cat food and water
for them as well as other necessities for myself, if I were undecided about

Bless that doctor for staying with those animals.


eIN, Z5
----- Original Message ----- 
From: <TeichFlora@aol.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Thursday, September 08, 2005 11:03 PM
Subject: [CHAT] Re: [Chat] bestfriends

> Just saw a report where an anethesiologist had stayed behind in an
> hospital and taken in over 50 dogs, countless cats and a couple  hamsters
> from people that had to evacuate but were not allowed to take their  pets.
> promised them that he would not leave until the animals  did.  He's been
> for 5 days without food or water.  The other day  a chopper came to rescue
> and the animals but crashed....all were fine, but  he had to wait another
>  Today they got them out.  All the animals  were doing well, the doctor on
> the other hand was exhausted and at his wits  end...but was the last out,
> the animals were safe.
> Noreen
> zone 9
> Texas Gulf Coast
> In a message dated 9/6/2005 8:46:06 PM Central Standard Time,
> gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:
> One of  the saddest stories I saw on TV was an interview with a man who
> had swum 8  hrs with his dogs. He was crying so hard, apologizing to the
> dogs for not  getting out sooner and putting them through this. At least
> he still had  them with him, but I don't know if he could find food  for
> them.
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