We have a tropical storm heading our way that could turn into a hurricane..but is expected to stay a tropical storm. Sustained winds 50mph gusts up to 70mph. I have my 3 rescue goats in my little backyard with a crate sized shelter with a metal roof. It fits 3 goats comfortably..I've had 4 ride out super wet weather in it with some pretty strong wind..we did have some draining down the hill its on start to take over and go through part of it on one side. but now I don't know about it standing up to 70mph gusts. So I'm thinking my best choice is to move out the car...pick my laundry up off the floor..bring the catfood into the house and put the goats into the garage. I suppose I can just bleach the whole garage floor from them peeing after the storm is over. I don't have straw and can't really afford it as I have to buy some hay right now and have been spending much of my own $ to help feed the caretakers goats when he can't (30 of them) (hay here is 35-40 bucks for 1/2 a bale) I'm thinking if I got the straw anyways I can't line the whole garage floor with it..they would pee other places anyways. I have a lot of 'goat blankets' I could pile up for them..but this is hawaii and the summer so it won't be really cold. The storm is supposed to last Monday and tuesday. If it gets bad and I have to do this..any tips for keeping grown goats inside? Two will be okay..but one might freak a bit I'm hoping they can't jump up on the washer and dryer.