Podcast Episode 070622
Published July 6th, 2022
Alrighty then, we’re back for another exciting adventure here on the Chaotic Navigator podcast. I am Murphy Ganz, the Alaska Outlaw and today I remember that most of us have some furry family members that need to be included in our preps, just as much, if not more than our two legged family members. Today I’d like to include our pets in our preparedness discussions.
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Each week we look at a different facet of what being prepared looks like in the real world of everyday. It is absolutely awesome to be back with you guys here for another adventure of discovery and obtaining the super power of common sense. Today I want to put a new lens on the old eyeballs and look at the topics with a different perspective.
So, in this weeks adventure, we need to evaluate all our animal friends in this weeks discussion about being prepared for anything that gets thrown our way.
Segment 1.- In the first segment I’d like to broach the ideas about what resources you are going to need for your pet. Ranging from dogs and cats, to spiders, birds, and snakes, making sure we have the stuff to make sure they are taken care of.
Segment 2. - in the second segment I’d like to talk about some general expectations you can expect from your pet during, and following a disaster. While those quirks now may seem cute and funny, under pressure animals resort to their instincts pure and simple.
Segment 3 - Finally, i want to make sure that we are knowledgeable about those animal instincts so we can keep ourselves and our loved ones safe. We’ll also cover some basic dog mentality so we understand the disaster through their eyes.