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Protect Your Pet Bird During A Tornado

Keep your pet bird safe during a tornado with these pet bird safety tips.

By Nikki Moustaki

1) Head to the basement with your pet bird and place his carrier in a safe area away from the walls and place a blanket over the carrier to protect it from falling debris. but remember to allow for air flow. 

2) If you don’t have a basement, go to a windowless room, such as a bathroom, and take your pet bird with you in his carrier. Get into the tub and cover yourself and your bird with heavy blankets or a mattress to protect you and your pet bird from falling debris.

3) If you live in a mobile home, leave immediately upon hearing of a tornado watch or warning (a warning means that danger is more imminent), and get to the closest tornado shelter in your area.

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wouldn't it be better to remove all articals from the cage, and lay a very large cage on its side, and cover it with a blanket, away from windows? It makes more sense to me , than to place a bird in a small area (carriers) verses the strength of the birds cage, from falling debri.
Melissa, Atlanta, GA
Posted: 5/22/2013 1:04:53 PM
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