As we were packing up our cats, computers and files, we put everything into the teardrop trailer, which was already packed up with bedding, food, water and clothing. It was a comforting thing to know that if we did have to leave the house quickly, we could get the teardrop hooked up and moved out in about 10 minutes flat and still have a place to sleep and water to drink.
If you do have a teardrop trailer, it might be a good idea to stock it as well as you can for an emergency situation. This includes having non-perishable food, water, warm clothes, and a fully charged battery and lights. Also check your tires and any wire connections periodically.