Stamford, CT, December 04, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- PetsReady.com has always prided itself on its constant drive between keeping pet owners updated and informed on disaster prevention and providing pet emergency kits for various emergencies. With the recent growth and popularity of the social networking realms as well as the urgency of public education on natural disasters, PetsReady.com announced today the launch of its new online community.
PetsReady Connect is the online community that connects pet owners with others who are committed to ensuring their pets’ safety should the disaster strike. Through the online forums/blogs and chats, pet owners will be able to achieve their goals more quickly and more confidently by sharing their rescue stories and challenges with each other, and connecting with the many resources offered to its members.
PetsReady Connect will allow any member to set up their own pet disaster awareness community group to coordinate safety preparedness efforts across the counties or states, exchange ideas, photos and videos. It will allow pet owners to establish preparedness plans with family and site members, schedule local meetings, conference calls and run blogs. Community based and government agencies are also welcome to set up their own groups to raise pet safety awareness in emergency situations and coordinate their community preparedness plans effortlessly through linked calendars, newsfeeds and email alerts to members.
“PetsReady Connect has a very powerful ability to unite people deeply committed to the pets preparedness,” said Oksana Chorny, founder of PetsReady.com. “We want our community to build on its members’ enthusiasm, create a movement to ensure the public is aware of the steps to take in an emergency. At the heart of community are the dog, cat and simply pet lovers who won’t leave their pets behind in an evacuation and who want to be sure their community is prepared to deal with any pet related challenge during a disaster. Our members all come together and collaborate on their unique safety ideas and address challenges that face pet owners today.” Visit http://PetsReady.com today and join in.