We are having smoke blow in from forest fires and my rabbits are suddenly very stressed out they are digging, trying to get behind the couch, hiding, and chewing on things that they don't normally chew. Does the smoke trigger a built in reaction?
I would’nt to with a masking smell I would go with an odor absorber.is there a way i could mask the scent with something like febreze?
Make sure it’s not an ionizerSome sort of air purifier would probably be a better option, to eliminate the particles themselves from the air. It's hard to mask the smell of smoke with scents, and it still leaves the cause of the smell circulating in the air.
We've been seeing effects here as well this past week. Everything looks overcast, but even at ground level visibility is somewhat down. Can't see the mountains nearby as we normally can. Today is a bit better though.We're 400 miles away and our sky looks cloudy, but, it's smoke. The rabbits have the back bedroom, so it's not bothering them but my lungs, nose, and eyes are bothered. Good luck.