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Bonfire night! :/

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Guinea_Lover

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Well obviously most of us hate this time of year as this frightens our piggies to death! My guinea pigs live outside but for tinight i put them in the shed and loads of blankets on top so they feel safe, its about their bed time now..so they should be ok..right?
 

Claire W

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My girls live outside as well but I am kind of lucky as we live in the most boring and quiet place in Manchester and have only had a few in the distance. My neighbour usually have a few at the front of the house but they are always quiet ones and nowhere near the pigs.

If yours are well covered up and the fire works are not bad, they should be fine.
 

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my boy has not been too bad but he is indoors anyway.
I gave him lots of treats earlier to keep him occupied x
 
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