Preparing for a HurricaneThis is a page about preparing fora hurricane. When a hurricane strikes it is important to have the essentials already on hand. Preparing your dwelling and your family for the impending high winds and possible flooding is vital.
Buy a Generator for Hurricane SeasonWe moved from FL to WV in Jan 06 after going through 2 terrible hurricane seasons. One tip I can offer is to get a generator if you can afford it (buy it in off season) It will save a lot of heat and discomfort if you are forced to stay inside without electricity for an extended period of time. . .
Inexpensive Ways to Prepare for Hurricanes?We have had a couple readers write in because they are concerned about preparing for hurricane season this year. They are low income so do not have the money to go out and buy a lot. If you have any tips on how to prepare for what could be an active hurricane season, please share them.
After Hurricane Katrina, My Whole Lawn is Weeds?I need help with my lawn! What Hurricane Katrina didn't kill with salt water flooding, the heat and drought afterward did it in. All of my azaleas are dead so I'll have to replant those but my entire lawn is pretty much weeds now.
Medical Help For Hurricane Katrina Pets?My toy poodle and I evacuated from New Orleans with very little resources. My dog is showing ill signs of constipation, shiverings, and blood in his stool. I cannot afford and do not have any knowledge of any vets clinic that are willing to see to my Ko Ko. Receiving medical attention free of charge will be one the best Christmas gift for me and defintely for ko ko.
Links for Stranded Pets ReliefLinks to relief efforts for stranded pets from Hurricane Katrina.
Taking In a Cat Traumatized By Hurricane Katrina?I need some advice on what I need to do with my friends pet. I offered to take her in. My friend and his cat are enroute on the way up here from New Orleans.