Experts say disaster plans should include pets, livestock

08/6/2010 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Residents in Illinois are being urged by the state's Emergency Management Agency to consider their domestic and livestock animals when devising a disaster plan. Preparing for a disaster can help lessen the stress on animals during a flood, earthquake or tornado, experts said.

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