Got another wonderful idea today from Lyne Paulsen on being prepared for an emergency with our Feathered Angels.
Have your parrot carrier for each bird, with a zip lock bag taped to the top is each bird’s name and copy of health record, and micro chip number in case we get separated. The vet’s name and number and food likes and dislikes. A 10 pound metal canister of food 5 gallons of water, extra blankets, flashlights, battery operated fans. Also have a generator that is tested monthly on hand.
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