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    Yes it’s really good point, I have quite a few carriers and was thinking too many, but actually I think I’ll keep them now. My bunnies are at the end of the garden in their shed so would be safe in a house fire, but what about a shed fire? But the carriers are in the shed. Hmm, one to think about. Then there’s the hamsters and cats... I’d prioritise the children obviously, think I’ll discuss it all with them, good to have a plan in place.

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    Poor bun x

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    Quote Originally Posted by MimzMum View Post
    This is something that always had me worried in our old house, as there were only so many exits and where we lived had no public fire suppression of any kind. If your house went up, it burned to the ground.

    Here the firehouse is right down the street, we have many more exits in case of emergency, the kids know who to grab and how to get out safely...but of course we no longer have the rabbits. My greatest concern is that the cats would panic. The dogs are easy enough to lead, but Griff and Kitty would be completely mental and either hiding or racing about.

    We also have to plan for tsunamis here, which is something I've never had to deal with before. Luckily, I don't think we get many.

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    All my pets have carriers near their set ups but it would take a fair bit of time to load them all in ...

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    Carriers is certainly a good idea, but for house rabbits it means keeping one or more of them indoors.

    I have extremely loud smoke alarms but of course that doesn't help if I'm not in the house
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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    Carriers is certainly a good idea, but for house rabbits it means keeping one or more of them indoors.

    I have extremely loud smoke alarms but of course that doesn't help if I'm not in the house
    Me too even if they start getting low on battery and beeping I worry it will upset the buns as so loud

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    Quote Originally Posted by loobers25 View Post
    Me too even if they start getting low on battery and beeping I worry it will upset the buns as so loud

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    It freaks me out when I set the alarms off so the buns must find it unbearable.
    Except for my little deaf bun who never moves a muscle ..
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    So sad


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    Quote Originally Posted by mini lop1 View Post
    So sad

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    Maybe you could buy a few soft carriers as although not ideal for rabbits can squash down for storage. Just for piece of mind?

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