Please remember to stay safe and be sure to take extra precautions that your furry friends stay safe too!
Sometimes a radio playing some light music can help distract the bun from the bangs and booms of the fireworks. We don't recommend blaring the radio, but some light music should help with a nice distraction.
Bring your rabbit indoors if housed outdoors. Even as a temporary placement, bringing your bunny indoors can help reduce the amount of noise echoed by any neighboring fireworks.
3. Protect The Room
If your buns are already housed indoors, be sure to close any windows/curtains, and turn on the tv/air conditioner to help lessen the sound.
Cover your rabbits hutch or cage with a blanket or tarp, the extra layer will provide extra sound protection, but be sure to allow enough ventilation for the bun to breathe.
*Please DO NOT utilize this tip if the weather is extremely hot/humid.*
5. Hideaway Holes
Provide extra hideaway holes full of hay for the bun to burrow in to escape the noise.
6. Check & Comfort
Be sure to check on your rabbits throughout the day/night. If it appears that the above tips are not helping and your rabbit still seems scared, stay and provide comfort for your pet. Your love and comfort are the best firework protection a pet can get.