Fire mishaps happen in a number of households and most pets die in house fires. People do take care of their pets on a regular basis, but they don't know how to handle them in an emergency situation. House fires are common disasters that can cause a lot of damage.
You may lose your beloved pet, if you did not take proper precaution. It is always a good idea to be prepared for any kind of emergency situation, as you never know when things can go wrong. Find some useful fire safety measures for pets in this infographic.
Pets should not be left unattended when you are not there to look after them. They should be confined to secure places. Pets can do curious things which can ignite dangerous fires. Pets should be kept out of reach of open flames.
Stove knobs should be locked or removed, when you have a pet at home. Prepare a pet emergency kit and place it in an easily accessible place. You should ensure that your pet is wearing identification all the time, which could be helpful in case of emergencies.