- Hurricane Irma is one of the most powerful Category 5 hurricanes ever recorded in the Atlantic.
The storm is barreling toward Florida with winds that have reached speeds as high as 185 mph, prompting officials to evacuate tens of thousands of people from the Sunshine State and causing many to seek shelter elsewhere. Below is a list of shelter locations opening in preparation for Hurricane Irma: (Brooksville, FL) Pet sheltering at Parrott Middle School, located at 19220 Youth Dr. To accommodate the demand, Nature Coast Technical High School, located at 4057 California St.
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If that is not an option, citizens can self-evacuate to the shelter.
Residents bringing pets to a pet-friendly shelter must bring a sturdy carrier for each pet that allows room for the pet to stand up and move around, as well as a collar with a leash, and supplies for each pet to last seven days.If you don’t have a crate, your pet must be on a leash and stay with you the entire time. If you have an aggressive dog (or any pet with previous aggression issues), please think twice about using the shelter or make sure the pet is muzzled.Cats and other small pets must be in secured in a crate or other means of control.Click here for a list of pet supplies and other helpful information: Rm5q J.SHELTERS NOT ACCEPTING PETS: • Centennial Middle School, 38505 Centennial Rd., Dade City (At capacity for pets.) • Sunlake High School, 3023 Sunlake Blvd., Land O Lakes SHELTERS THAT ARE FULL: • Wesley Chapel High School at 30651 Wells Rd., Wesley Chapel is no longer accepting general population evacuees as it is being used to house skilled nursing facility patients.