Tornadoes & Pet Birds

Prepare your pet bird for tornadoes with these pet bird safety tips.

By Nikki Moustaki

If you live in “Tornado Alley” or in certain parts of the Southern United States. you probably already have a tornado plan in place and fly into action whenever you hear the tornado sirens go off in your town or see the warnings on TV. But some places that aren’t particularly known for tornadoes occasionally get them — New York, for example — and the result can be devastating, especially for pet birds, which are typically confined to a cage and can’t run for cover.

Even if a tornado hasn’t blown off roofs in your town for 50 years, it’s best to be prepared, especially if you have pet birds.

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Thanks Nature!Here in Brazil we don't have tornados!
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Posted: 5/22/2013 10:01:07 AM
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