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#619620 - 08/23/08 06:27 PM what to do in case of evacuation?
shann0n
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i live in new orleans,
so obviously there is some chance of a hurricane here.
there is supposed to be a tropical storm or something tomorrow, i don't think it's going to be too bad but then who knows?

anyway, it got me thinking, what would I do if I had to evacuate with my gliders?
anybody have any tips or a list of stuff I should have or ideas etc. about how to take care of them if I have to evacuate?

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#619626 - 08/23/08 06:48 PM Re: what to do in case of evacuation? [Re: ]
lindayaks
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You should get some good answers on that shortly. One of our members had to evacuate after Katrina. It's great you are thinking ahead!

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#619629 - 08/23/08 06:51 PM Re: what to do in case of evacuation? [Re: ]
stacysuggie
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make sure you take anything that the gliders will need. Extra food, pouches.. what ever you have. I live in Central Florida where this storm just sat over us forever it seemed like. It kept stalling ontop of us. Use a travel cage for the traveling portion of the evac, and re-set them up when you get where you are going. Just make sure that you have everything you use now, and extra of it. is the best advice I can give.

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#619642 - 08/23/08 07:12 PM Re: what to do in case of evacuation? [Re: ]
fuzzbutts
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I would say making an extra emergancey kit for your gliders plus whatever you feel is needed. Even adding a small/medium claspiable cage would help.

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#619733 - 08/23/08 09:54 PM Re: what to do in case of evacuation? [Re: ]
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I have enough food in my emergency kit for at least a week - chicken and gravy baby food along with several different baby food fruits and some baby food mixed veggies, dehydrated treats too. I do want to get small emergency travel cages too, most likely small reptariums.
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#619744 - 08/23/08 10:04 PM Re: what to do in case of evacuation? [Re: BeckiT]
shann0n
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i have a bird cage that i was going to use.

it's pretty small,
but they can stand to be in a small cage for a little while, right?

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#619746 - 08/23/08 10:07 PM Re: what to do in case of evacuation? [Re: ]
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While the small cage might cause them some stress...being left behind during an emergency evacuation isn't an option...right? So...the bird cage will do.

I LOVE having some repts though. They break down, can be stored in a duffle bag with toys, emergency food supplies and all so you can just grab the bag and go...

65 gallon repts work great for emergency or travel cages.
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