Fireworks lead anxious pets to destruction and owners to give up, but silent light displays could prevent all that.
Shelters see a peak in intake numbers come July 4th. Fireworks are the number one reason pets are dropped off at local rescue facilities because the loud noise and vibration results in destructive behaviors. Many owners get so frustrated they throw in the towel, swinging by the Humane Society to leave their canine or feline behind.
Not only does the invention of silent fireworks protect dogs, cats, and other house pets from a terrorizing evening, but farm animals and wildlife are also spared the thunderous booms that shake confused creatures to the core.
Many humans sensitive to the loud vibrations could also benefit from a more subdued skylight affair.
Though the U.S. and other countries have yet to catch on to this phenomenon, recent changes in animal rights cases suggest governments could well be on their way to looking out for pets on Independence Day.