Blog: Survival Guide Tips
I hope you guys are wondering how to fortify your home and make them defensible positions when the zombie invasion arrives. If not, good thing I’m reminding you now. Below I list a broad overview of what you can do to prepare your home for the Zombie Apocalypse.
So you’ve blown the heads off of a pack of undead marauders and now you’ve got infected corpses laying all over the front lawn for the homeowners association to raise hell about. What should you do? When should you do it? How? Let’s get right down to it and see what’s what!
Dogs and cats have become an important part of normal day-to-day human lives and generally offer comfort and companionship when we need it most. As such, there’s no reason to abandon your dear furry friends just because brain-craving skull suckers have taken to the streets and are in search of the grey matter fondue you’ve got inside your head.
What do you need in a post-apocalyptic zombie survival situation? Well, actually, having a survival kit for any emergency also provides most of the material needed in a zombie-based situation. Check out the CDC emergency preparedness page and the main page of this website for survival kit inventory.
You never know when disaster might strike; it is always better to be prepared for the worst. The 8 letters of the word ‘SURVIVAL’ form the starting letters of the 8 basic actions for survival; this is a handy method of remembering them.
(Taken from Max Brooks’ The Zombie Survival Guide: Complete Protection from the Living Dead.)
1. Organize before they rise!
2. They feel no fear, why should you?
3. Use your head: cut off theirs.