Do you have a plan in place,for your barn, in case a disaster was to hit in your area? Our animals depend on us to keep them safe, so we have to do what we can to protect them. Though we can not always control what happens, we can do a few things that might enable us to evacuate as many animals as possible, if the need was to come up.
Disasters can come in many different forms; storms, fire, tornado, or an earthquake can cause major, widespread destruction; but there are other, centralized, minor disasters that may only effect our immediate area. Bottom line is you have to be able to evacuate as many as you can in the shortest amount of time allowed, for your safety and the animals' safety.
Tip 1: If you house your rabbits in a barn, it is best to never store your travel carriers in the same barn with the rabbits. Instead, store them outside of the barn, in another barn close by, if possible. Store them as close to your rabbit habitat as possible, but in a place that you can access the carriers fast, if needed.
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