Tuesday, July 5, 2022

National Pet Fire Safety Day is Coming On July 15, 2022

 




From NationalDay.comNational Pet Fire Safety Day takes place every year on July 15, and it’s a day to learn how to keep your pet safe in a fire. For many of us, pets are our most precious asset so it makes sense that we would dedicate a day to keeping them safe during one of the scariest things we can imagine. It was started by the Kennel Club and ADT Security in 2009 to help pet owners learn safety measures to protect their beloved pets and homes from fire, and it’s a great opportunity to learn how to keep your fur baby safe. 



Levi is proud to be helping to represent this most impawtant day with Chief Mackerull Boomer Butter Feeld!!! Hope you will join us on July 15th with your furry own Fire Safety Post! Check out the post on the Cat Blogosphere from July 1st for all of the special events coming up this month!! 


15 comments:

  1. wow Levi we look forward to see ya that day ;O)

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  2. This is an important day for sure!

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  3. You make a great fire captain, Levi. This is an important event that we should all take notice of.

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  4. What a wonderful team you make and keeping our babies safe is what we do.

    Have a woof woof and purrfect day. Scritches to you both and a hug to mom. ♥

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  5. dood, eye am honored ta serve long side oh ewe❤️

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  6. That really is an important day and Levi, you are your partner look most professional!!!

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  7. You and Mackerull are great spokespets. Thanks for the reminder of this important day. XO

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  8. We think you'll give us lots of wise advice, Levi...along with Mackerull.

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  9. Good job getting out the word about this important day, Levi!

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  10. You guys sure look ready!

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  11. An important message! Levi and Mackerull make great spokes-pets!

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  12. Such a good thing to spread the word about. Thank you, Caren, for your very, very kind words and thoughtfulness as we try to adjust to a home without Cleo's presence. The guilt and beating up part is the worst. Be well.

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    1. oh my furiend. Feel free to reach out to me. I know about the guilt way too well....(I'm doing better but am still not recovered from the guilt).....if I can be of any help to either of you....I'm here.

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  13. You boys look prepared! Thanks for spreading the word!

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