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June 15, 2006

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thanks for the links! great idea.

I'm sorry, but in Katrina we did a poor job of getting the humans out to safety and then supplied with food and water. Hospitals being the worst example.

I think we need to worry about the people before we worry about the pets.

Ensuring pets and service animals can be evacuated ensures that fewer people will resist evacuation, thus saving more lives. Even if you think "people are more important than animals" this is a good idea for people too.

I would never think "people are more important that animals" . . . totally the opposite. Especially when we have a compact with the animals we take into our homes, fergossake.

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