Preparing for Hurricane Wilma
While the state of Florida prepares for the potential devastation of Hurricane Wilma, PETA is busy working to prevent the animal tragedies seen after the Gulf Coast hurricanes from ever being repeated.
PETA’s storm tracker has been closely monitoring the hurricane since last week and is working with newspapers and TV stations across Florida to get PETA’s disaster preparedness checklist out to residents NOW to keep their animals safe in case they have to evacuate.
This storm also marks the debut of a new public service announcement that is being blasted to areas in Wilma’s potential path featuring outspoken animal activist and Love Story star Ali MacGraw. In what has become a record-breaking hurricane season, PETA’s new PSA urges people to be prepared to take action quickly to save not only their own lives, but those of their animal companions as well.
Because this hurricane season isn’t over – and other disasters may strike at any time – many of PETA’s celebrity supporters have donated one-of-a-kind items for an auction in support of our Investigations & Rescue Fund. Bid now, and help PETA save animal lives! Dibs on the signed Simpsons script.
Also, please remember these important safety tips, brought to you by the US government:
If you spot a hurricane, blow your anti-hurricane whistle. If you are Vin Diesel, yell really loud.
Use your flashlight to lift debris right off of you!
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Pulin thinks this joke is funny:
Why did the chicken cross the playground?
To get to the other slide.
I think Pulin is 5 years old.