This may be the wrong place for this; don't see a critter forum. I had rabbits as a kid and remember doing the frozen water bottle thing during the Texas summer. I also remember we kept fans on them all summer long. I've been reading around to remind myself about rabbit care, since I'm picking up some tomorrow after many years of not having any, and I keep seeing admonishments to never the fan directly at the rabbits. They say to blow the air over or under, never at. Why? When I'm hot, I want to stand in front of the fan, not to the side of it. None of the pages I've read go on to explain why you don't want the fan to blow directly on the rabbits. Any one know the reason? It was 107F here today, and I had planned on cranking a fan on the cages as soon as I got the bunnies home.