1. Pet-Friendly Accommodations
There are local hotels/motels (many part of chains) that are pet friendly. Take the time now to create a list of those options before an emergency. Search for pet-friendly accommodations at:
2. Staying with Family
Take time to talk with family, friend or relatives about possibilities of staying with them and bringing your pets.
3. Emergency Care/Housing
If you have needs for emergency care or housing after you evacuate, there are many organizations that offer assistance during disasters. Red Rover is one.
Red Rover is a nationwide organization that specializes in animal care during disasters. Their website contains useful tips, ways you can get trained to help care for animals (your own and others) during a disaster and depending upon the situation and location in the nation, may have a shelter/clinic set up in your area to assist you directly.
4. Prepare for Your Pets
You can download a helpful checklist of all the things you should prepare to have with you for your pet in the event of a disaster or emergency.