Sep 16, 2006
Get a safety tip on how to take care of your cat when disaster strikes.
Hurricane season is approaching. So if you are in an area prone to hurricanes, NOW is the time to start planning what you will do with your cat when the storm strikes.
It's a good idea to put together a cat emergency disaster kit. Mind you, this is not to be confused with the disaster kit needed when your cat is the disaster maker. Make sure to rotate perishables with fresh items on a regular basis.
Some of this information was modified from the Cat Tails Newsletter.
In response to my Cat Podcasts blog, Shelli wrote: "Hey Marc - there is also the Purina podcast, 'Animal Advice'. It's not 100% dedicated to cats - in fact, sometimes you get the random ferret or iguana question - but it does have lots of cat stuff. I just found it a bit long to listen to (it's like an hour)."
If you enjoy my music or this podcast, then I like to ask a small favor in each show. Because your help in promoting this album will insure there is a follow-up CD. Here is the music promotion tip of the week:
Post comments on iTunes. Comments and reviews help others to decide if something is worthwhile. Good, bad, whatever. Obviously, I like the good ones. But either way, I'd like to read your comments and others would too. So please post a comment.
The Cat Lovers Podcast was produced by Marc Gunn. Subscribe and read the shownotes at CatMusicBlog.com.