Originally Posted by hstlwombat
I have a little hutch that they can hang out it in the morning, and evening. I'll let them do that, and hope that a surprise thunderstorm doesn't blow them away! Lighting hit my Mom's tree, and dug up the ground around it. I'm a worried Mom Thanks! Pam
Each morning or evening, when the weather permits, increase the amount of outside time they get. Also introduce them to 1/4 in of water in a tray for them to walk on, keep cool water outside, and allow them to try moistened feed. All of these things can save their lives when we hit 100+ again. It also wouldn't hurt to give them electrolytes in their water when the temps get in the high 90's. Most feed stores stock it for $4 which will last the heat wave.
I am so glad you are allowing outside time. Fresh air and ventilation is very important.