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Re: pet petition

One of the main reasons we didn't evacuate, and would have found it  
difficult to if we were mandated to do so.   Glad we decided not to or  didn't have 
to, being in traffic for hours on end would have  literally killed them, and us. 
 I think Katrina taught many a lesson  though......lots of information was 
given out here in Houston about where to  call or go if one could not evacuate 
WITH pets.  Best Friends and other  organizations had volunteers here in the 
city before the storm to pick up  animals and take them to shelters or foster 
homes.  People were also  allowed to bring pets on the evacuation busses as long 
as they were in  carriers/cages.  
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 9/26/2005 5:08:27 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

Perfect.  I would never leave my baby behind, not for anything in this  world.

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