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Response to Stinky The Clown (Original post)

Fri Jun 14, 2013, 09:02 PM

10. That picture would make a stone cry.

The new law is way overdue. Thank you, Mr. President.

I'm also glad that more emergency organizations are starting to allow disaster victims to bring their pets with them. For a long time I've wanted to urge everyone to make an approved muzzle for any pet dogs part of their emergency kits at home, along with some dog food. Not every first responder department will allow dogs w/o a muzzle. Can't be too cautious. I have one for both my dogs and we're in just about as safe a place as imaginable, even though the MidWest. Topography seems to deflect tornadoes even though we do get some fierce straight-line winds, and we're 870 feet above sea level. The nearest body of water takes out lower towns during floods. But you still can't be too careful.

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BainsBane Jun 2013 #1
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