Summer time can be a difficult time to raise rabbits, especially fluffy Angora rabbits. Angora wool is 7 times warmer than sheep wool, so when the temperatures rise your fluffy little friend can get really uncomfortable quickly. If the temperatures exceed 85 degrees, rabbits can start to experience serious heat related distress and could even die from heat stroke. One easy way to help your bunnies stay cool in the heat of summer is to make this easy DIY cooling pad. This cooling pad is super easy to make (no special tools or skills required!) and the materials will cost you less than a fancy iced coffee!
About the Author
- The Cape Coop
Liz is a suburban homesteader who is passionate about gardening. She is raising a dozen plus chickens, ducks, wooly Angora rabbits, dogs, cats and four beautiful children along with her husband on coastal Cape Cod. She also crafts a line of natural handmade soaps and beauty care products with a touch of the ocean using unfiltered Cape Cod seawater and other local ingredients
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