I live in southern California, near the Northridge fault. Earthquakes have been felt here since we moved in but nothing too significant, however everyone says "the big one is coming" so we are planning. I saw a post about us being prepared for a disaster but what do I do w/ my chickens? I have 5 hens, mostly standards. But I'm wondering what others do or have planned for their chickens or other livestock in case of emergency. We have a cabin we can escape to in the mountains but I would have to build a structure for them. So here are my questions: 1. If an emergency situation happens and they get scared into hiding and I can't find them,but we need to leave the area do I just leave food and water for them and hope for the best? 2. Is there any safe way to transport them to help with stress? 3. Ideas on a quick to put together structure for them to live in away from home that is cheap and safe?