- Food pellets
- Drinkable water
- Bowls for food and water
- Any meds the buns require plus applicators
- Lots of fresh, clean towels or blankets
(you will need to replace them as the buns pee on them)
- Favorite toys
and, if there is room, cages or Xpens in case there is no rabbit-friendly area where you end up, and you don't want them spending days and days inside their carriers.
- Pet Rescue Remedy
- Litter box, along with whatever you use as litter
- Trash bags (for storing the dirty blankets/towels) and paper towels, which are just generally useful
I would make sure to bring more hay, food, and water than you think you'll need, just in case.
A great, general starting place for getting prepared is the READY.GOV site. Thank you for the tip, Lori!
Pet Preparedness Social Media Toolkit: A great list of additional resources!
- Bun in the carrier!
- Go to a safe room, basement, or storm cellar.
- If you are in a building with no basement, then get to a small interior room on the lowest level.
- Stay away from windows, doors, and outside walls.
- Source: ready.gov - Tornados
Monica, the hoomin servant of Peaches, shared with us a story of how they took cover from a tornado in the baftub. Peaches in the carrier, of course.