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Hurricane Arthur is making it’s way up the east coast. If disaster strikes or evacuations occur, what happens to the furry members of the family?

Massachusetts has passed a new law that protects pets in case of weather disasters. Not only are cities and towns required to prepare an emergency plan of operation for evacuation and shelter plans for people, but also with the new law, for pets and service animals too!

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