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If you live in an area prone to natural disasters, keep an emergency pet supply kit with your own. Include a week's worth of food as well as any medication your cat takes on a regular basis. A photo of your pet is also good to keep with your emergency supplies, in case you are separated from your cat during event, you'll have a way to get word out to locate her.
A collar with an identification tag is one of those things that you might never need, but will wish you had if you need it and don't. Even if your cat is strictly and indoor pet, unexpected could happen. A door or window is left ajar, or a natural disaster creates an opening in your home through which your frightened feline escapes.
Your cat's identity tag should include following information
* Pet's name * Owner's name and address * Telephone numbers (day and evening) * Medical problem requiring medication * Veterinarian's name and number * Current Rabies vaccination information * Reward offer should pet become lost
Many people have their cats micro-chipped for identification. A small silicone chip containing owner's contact information is painlessly inserted under cat's skin. Most animal shelters automatically scan lost pets to read owner contact information. However, if your cat is found by an average citizen an identification tag will speed up your reunion.
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