Pet supplies (collar, leash, ID, food, carrier, bowl)
Tools/supplies for securing your home
Sand, rock salt or non-clumping kitty litter to make walkways and steps less slippery
Warm coats, gloves or mittens, hats, boots and extra blankets and warm clothing for all household members
Ample alternate heating methods such as fireplaces or wood- or coal-burning stoves
Of course my personal tip is that while you are safe and cozy inside your warm home, spend plenty of time shopping the great #deals on Addoway. It will help you pass the time and will give you something to look forward to arriving in the mail once the thaw begins!
Reader Comments (11)
Curi George | January 6th 2015 at 1420607282
Do you recommend wool or acrylic sweaters?
Wool makes my old skin itch and the fibers irritate my sinus.
Acrylic scares the living daylights out of me because that cheap made in china fabric is flammable and Lord only knows, with my luck, if someone stands next to me at the bus stop while they're smoking a cigarette, those ashes could flare me up in smoke!
You'll have to assemble the items yourself. The list of items are suggestions from the Red Cross to enable us to plan ahead and prepare for harsh weather events/disasters. Thanks for reading the blog and viewing my storefront here on Addoway!
Hi pal, its POLAR Monty (LOL)...
I just now caught this blog while logged in this addO morning doing stuff in our shop(s).
I sure as heck wished we had some of that Vortex-Mess here in H-Town cause its gonna be a nice cool shorts with sweater sunny day this week.
We have NO IDEA what a Polar Vortex is in Houston but we definitely know how to handle the Heat.
Infact, I wouldn't be surprised if we end up with a warm day next week here in town.
Bundle up, drink lots of "whiskey" on those late cold nights LOL