{"success":true,"data":{"current_page":1,"total_posts":107,"total_pages":9,"posts_per_page":12,"category_name":"","category_id":null,"posts":[{"ID":4991,"post_author":"1","post_date":"2022-06-15 11:36:23","post_date_gmt":"2022-06-15 18:36:23","post_content":"I know all too well what it is to flee from fire.\r\nRunning with three dogs and a cat from the Lilac fire back in 2017,\u00a0 I've learned you really need to be prepared.\r\n\r\nAlways plan ahead for your family and pets.\r\n\r\nHave a kennel with accessories such as harness, food, and bowls readily available in case of emergency.\u00a0 Arrange ahead of time a place to meet up, in case family gets separated.\r\n\r\nAlways have an emergency bag packed with accessories you would take on an overnight stay for both you and your pets.\u00a0 Include contacts, phone charger, water, and snacks.\r\n\r\nI've also learned from the loss and despair of those around us during that time, that every little bit helps.\r\n\r\nThe families and animals affected by the fire need your help.\r\nCalifornia needs your help.\r\nThe devastation is real.\r\n\r\nBe safe, prepare ahead of time.\r\n\r\nThere are ways to keep your home and neighborhood safe... Be Wildfire Ready.<\/a>\r\n\r\nCheck the latest fire updates from Cal Fire Incidents. \u00a0<\/a>\r\n\r\nContact Red Cross<\/a> to help those in need of assistance.\r\n\r\nContact your local Southern California<\/a>\u00a0shelter in the event of animal emergency or locating a pet.\r\n\r\nIf you are in or near any active fire area, leave.\r\nDon't wait to be told to evacuate. Nothing is worth your life.","post_title":"California Wildfires- How to help, and keep your neighborhood safe...","post_excerpt":"","post_status":"publish","comment_status":"open","ping_status":"open","post_password":"","post_name":"california-wildfires-how-to-help-and-keep-your-neighborhood-safe","to_ping":"","pinged":"","post_modified":"2022-06-21 14:29:37","post_modified_gmt":"2022-06-21 21:29:37","post_content_filtered":"","post_parent":0,"guid":"https:\/\/fidomingle.com\/?p=4991","menu_order":0,"post_type":"post","post_mime_type":"","comment_count":"0","filter":"raw"},{"ID":7326,"post_author":"1","post_date":"2022-06-03 07:49:14","post_date_gmt":"2022-06-03 14:49:14","post_content":"The decision to downsize brings various benefits such as lower utility costs, higher cash flow, and ease of upkeep. But, for your pet, moving to a smaller home can prove to be a challenge, that is unless you are moving to San Diego, California. Why? The reason is simple; San Diego is a pet\u2019s paradise. The city has year-round warm weather, countless parks, numerous beaches<\/a>, and pet-friendly establishments, allowing your pet to experience a higher standard of living than before. While your pet will still need to undergo a transition period, this article by Fidomingle<\/a> explores simple ways to make the relocation process easy for both of you.\r\n\r\nTackle the Home Buying Process<\/b>\r\n\r\nDownsizing will require you to work on finding a new home and selling the current one simultaneously. To make this process easy, consider working with a real estate agent who undertakes the responsibility of finding buyers and prospective properties and helping you prepare the home for sale. Here are a few things you should undertake when staging the home for buyer visits:\r\n