Urgent from PETA: Tornado Survival Tips for Animals in Georgia


For immediate release:
August 17, 2021

Brooke Rossi 202-483-7382

Athens, Georgia. – Because there is a possibility of tornadoes in areas of Georgia, including Athens, Gainesville, Eatonton and Toccoa, PETA shares tips for animal safety.

  • Animals must Never leave in chains or trapped outsidewhere they cannot escape from strong winds, flying debris and crumbling structures. Dogs were sucked into the air – a doghouse and all – during a tornado, so the animals should be taken to a safe place in a safe place.
  • Guardians must also take animals with them if it becomes necessary to move to a more durable structure or hide underground.
  • Anyone who sees animals in distress and cannot help should note the whereabouts of the animals and warn the authorities immediately

PETA has released these disaster preparedness announcements… This is a video star Dean Wintersand this one tells the real story of a man reunited with his dog after a tornado. For more information please visit or subscribe to us on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram

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