I saw an adorable photo recently of someone who had prepared her chickens for an evacuation during Hurricane Irma. http://www.thisisinsider.com/photo-of-chickens-evacuating-hurricane-irma-2017-9 She used newspaper and tape to stabilize them and lined them all up in the backseat of her car, beak to tail, beak to tail. It's hard not giggling when you see that photo. And it got me thinking: We've outlined a decent plan for evacuating the cats and dogs, but I wasn't sure what to do about the chickens until I saw that story. If you don't have newspaper, your kitchen towels may be large enough to wrap around your rooster and hens. My rooster is in recovery from a coyote attack, and to flip him belly up we cradled him in a kitchen towel spread across my husband's lap, with space between his knees and thighs to protect Henry's topside injuries. As I was lifting him up using the sides of the towels as handles, it occurred to me the towel could be wrapped just enough around him and secured with tape or a bandage roll that sticks to itself, should we need to evacuate. Do you have an evacuation plan for your chickens? If there's time I'll give them some Rescue Remedy to help calm them during this process. I'd love to know your tips on how to protect chickens in an emergency. Thank you.