Bunny Names & Ideas for Pet Rabbit Names

200+ Bunny Names & Ideas for Pet Rabbit Names

Bunny Names & Ideas for Pet Rabbit NamesOne of the most exciting parts of adding a new pet rabbit to your home is coming up with their name. Sometimes when you adopt a pet from a shelter they come with a name picked out, but that doesn’t mean you can’t pick a new name for your new pet. A lot of times the perfect name will come out of their personality or the color of their fur. Sometimes you’re just stumped coming up with clever bunny names that suit your new rabbit. We’ve rounded up a few lists of rabbit names for you to consider. Some of these are names from popular culture, names based on color or breed, or just fun and creative names. The names are divided by male, female, or unisex names. We also have a list of names for pairs if you’ve adopted two new rabbits together. Some of these are the most popular names and others are more creative ideas. If you’re looking for cute bunny names, there are plenty on these lists.

If you’re thinking about getting a pet rabbit and you haven’t yet, we highly recommend you adopt a rabbit from a shelter rather than buying a rabbit from a pet store. Rabbits are the third most surrendered pets to shelters (following dogs and cats) and are the third most likely to be euthanized if they’re not adopted. The House Rabbit Society is a network of local shelters across the United States (and in some other countries around the world). We recommend visiting their website to find a rabbit shelter near you.

200+ Bunny Names & Ideas for Pet Rabbit Names

Name Ideas for Pet Rabbits

Male Bunny Names

These names are great ideas for boy rabbits:
Male Bunny Names

  • Ace
  • Alfie
  • Bandit
  • Barney
  • Bear
  • Benjamin
  • Benji
  • Benny
  • Bilbo
  • Buddy
  • Bugs Bunny
  • Buster
  • Cadbury
  • Charlie
  • Chester
  • Chewbacca
  • Cooper
  • Copper
  • Dexter
  • Domino (great for a black and white rabbit)
  • Dumbo
  • Elvis
  • Fred
  • Frodo
  • George
  • Goofy
  • Gus
  • Harry
  • Harvey
  • Henry
  • Houdini
  • Huck
  • Jack
  • Jasper
  • Joey
  • Leo
  • Max
  • Merlin
  • Milo
  • Moose
  • Nemo
  • Oliver
  • Ollie
  • Oscar
  • Peter
  • Pippin
  • Prince
  • Rascal
  • Rascal
  • Rex
  • Rocky
  • Roger Rabbit
  • Romeo
  • Rowdy
  • Rufus
  • Scooter
  • Simba (good for a lionhead rabbit)
  • Snoopy
  • Tarzan
  • Teddy
  • Theodore
  • Thumper
  • Tigger
  • Toby
  • Uncle Buck
  • Winston
  • Yoda
  • Zorro

Female Bunny Names

These names are great ideas for girl rabbits:
Female Bunny Names

  • Alice
  • Angel
  • Aspen
  • Bailey
  • Bella
  • Blossom
  • Bonnie
  • Bubbles
  • Buttercup
  • Charlotte
  • Chloe
  • Cupcake
  • Daisy
  • Delilah
  • Dixie
  • Dolly
  • Dutchess
  • Ella
  • Ellie
  • Fiona
  • Floppy
  • Flopsy
  • Flower
  • Gabby
  • Ginger (great for orange rabbits)
  • Gracie
  • Harley
  • Hazel
  • Honey
  • Honey Bunny
  • Hope
  • Jasmine
  • Jessica Rabbit
  • Lady
  • Lily
  • LuLu
  • Maggie
  • Millie or Milly
  • Missy
  • Misty
  • Nala (good for a lionhead rabbit)
  • Peaches
  • Penelope
  • Penny
  • Piper
  • Poppy
  • Princess
  • Raspberry
  • Rosie
  • Roxy or Roxie
  • Sadie
  • Sophie
  • Stella
  • Stormy
  • Tinker Bell
  • Trixie
  • Velvet
  • Violet
  • Willow
  • Zoe

Unisex Bunny Names

These names are good for male or female rabbits or if you’ve adopted a rabbit that is too young to identify the sex:

  • Alfalfa
  • Basil
  • Binky
  • Biscuit
  • Brownie
  • Bun Bun
  • Butterscotch
  • Buttons
  • Caramel
  • Carrot
  • Chocolate
  • Cinnamon
  • Cinnibun
  • Clover
  • Coco or Cocoa (great for black or brown rabbits)
  • Cookie
  • Cosmo
  • Cotton
  • Dancer
  • Dusty
  • Flash
  • Freckles
  • Fudge
  • Gizmo
  • Hoppity
  • Hopscotch
  • Java
  • Karamel
  • Lucky
  • M&M
  • Marley
  • Marshmallow (great for white rabbits)
  • Midnight (great for black rabbits)
  • Mocha
  • Muffin
  • Mystery
  • Nibbles
  • Nutmeg
  • Oreo (great for black and white rabbits)
  • Pal
  • Panda
  • Patches
  • Patches
  • Peanut
  • Peanut Butter
  • Pebbles
  • Pepper
  • Pinky
  • Shadow
  • Smokey (great for gray rabbits)
  • Smudge
  • Snickers
  • Snowball (great for a white rabbit)
  • Snowflake
  • Snowy
  • Snuggles
  • Spot
  • Sugar
  • Toffee
  • Vanilla
  • Whiskers
  • Zipper
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Name Ideas for Rabbit Pairs

Fun and clever name ideas for bunny pairs:
Name Ideas for Rabbit Pairs

  • Abbott & Costello
  • Ben & Jerry
  • Bert & Ernie
  • Bonnie & Clyde
  • Cookies & Cream ( good for a white and black rabbit pair)
  • Fish & Chips
  • Frick & Frack
  • Gin & Tonic
  • Kit & Kat
  • Lady & Tramp
  • Milk & Cookies
  • Peanut Butter & Jelly
  • Roger & Jessica
  • Romeo & Juliette
  • Salt & Pepper (good for a while and gray rabbit pair)
  • Simon & Garfunkel
  • Sonny & Cher
  • Spaghetti & Meatballs
  • Thelma & Louise
  • Tom & Jerry
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Brainstorming Pet Rabbit Names

Still haven’t found the bunny name you’re looking for? Here are some ways to brainstorm names. If it’s a family pet, have everyone get together to brainstorm name ideas.

Get a piece of paper to write down bunny names. You’ll want to think of a whole bunch at once and then go back and pick the one you like best from the list. This is easier than just trying to think of the best one on the first try.

If you’ve spent any time with your new pet rabbit, think of any names that describe their personality. If they’re shy and quiet you might like a delicate name like Daisy or Harry. If they’re energetic and bouncy maybe Flash or Binky fits them better.

Next, think about how your bunny looks. Maybe the color of their fur reminds you of a certain food or spice: an orange rabbit could be a Ginger or a Carrot, brown could be Cinnamon or Chocolate, white could be Sugar or Cream. Maybe they remind you of something from weather or nature. Snowball or Snowflake goes well with a white rabbit. Stormy or Granite would be good for a gray rabbit.

Next, think about any characters you love from popular culture. Think of your favorite books, movies, or TV shows. There’s plenty of rabbits in fiction, like Peter Rabbit, Bugs Bunny, Roger Rabbit, etc. You may also want to name your pet bunny after a character you love or they remind you of.

Now, consider any human names. Maybe there’s a name you enjoy or you think fits their personality. Flip through a baby name book if you have one nearby and see if that gives you any ideas.

Once you have your list of names, read through it and circle any names that stand out to you. If the family is picking together, have everyone vote for their favorite. Continue whittling it down until one name is left. If it feels right, then that’s your new bunny’s name.

FAQ: Do rabbits recognize their name?

Just like cats and dogs, rabbits can learn to recognize their name along with other voice commands. It will take time and a little effort on your part, but your pet rabbit can learn their new name.

If you’d like to train your rabbit to come to you when you call your name you can. It takes patience and repetition to do.

Each day set aside 5-10 minutes to work on training with your rabbit.

When your rabbit is out of their cage in their play area, sit on the floor. Hold a small amount of their favorite treat and say “[Rabbit’s name], come.” Wait a moment. If the rabbit comes to you, give them the treat and some verbal praise. If they don’t, continue to hold out the piece of treat and repeat the command until they come.

Once they successfully come, move a little bit further away and repeat. If the rabbit seems to follow you because you have the treat in your hand, repeat the command so they will associate it with the action and the treat.

Repeat this training each day. Eventually, you can replace the treat with a reward petting or give them a toy. Make sure to call for them frequently to reinforce the training.

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DIY Toilet Paper Roll Toys for Small Pets

DIY Toilet Paper Roll Toys for Small PetsIf you’re feeling stumped over finding new interesting and fun toys for your exotic pet or annoyed at the price tag for toys sold in the pet store that are destroyed in a matter of days (or hours), we’ve got a solution for you. I bet you’ve got a bunch of these cardboard rolls in your house, right? They easily pile up from all of the toilet paper and paper towels an average family goes through. And we just think of them as trash (or recycling) and we toss them away without another thought. Well, soon you’re going to think of them as inexpensive toy parts that are going to greats chews and shredders your pet will absolutely love. These DIY toilet paper roll toys are ingenious.

These toys can be made from paper towel or toilet paper rolls. They are cheap and easy to make since the cardboard tubes are basically free and you can usually assemble them with materials around the house and a few pet-safe treats and foods.

The toilet paper roll toys on this page are generally safe for rabbits, chinchillas, guinea pigs, hamsters, and gerbils. Note: Before you make these toys and give them to your pet, make sure it is safe to give your exotic pet cardboard and that any other materials you use are safe for your pet. You can use our section on safe wood and materials for exotic pets as a guide. What may be safe for one type of pet could be toxic and deadly for another.

Easy DIY Toys for Small Pets - Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Chinchillas

DIY Toilet Paper Roll Toys

Hanging Twirly

Supplies Needed:

  • Toilet Paper or Paper Towel Tube, clean of adhesive
  • Scissors
  • Twine or String (safe for your pet)
  • Optional: Pen or Pencil

This is one of the most basic hanging toys you can make small pets as it only requires a card board tube, string, and scissors. Children can even make this easy toy. This toy is appropriate for any small pet that can safely consume small amounts of cardboard.

Hanging Twirly DIY Toy
Step 1 (optional): Using a pen or pencil draw a spiral design on the outside of the tube. There should be about 1-2 inches of space between the line.

Hanging Twirly DIY Toy
Step 2: Cut along the line until you’ve cut through the entire tube.

Hanging Twirly DIY Toy
Step 3: Punch a hole in one end of the tube and tie the string through it. Hang in your pet’s cage.

Cardboard Hay Tube

Supplies Needed:

  • Toilet Paper or Paper Towel Tube, clean of adhesive
  • Hay
  • Optional: Scissors or another sharp tool
  • Optional: Twine or String (safe for your pet)

This works well as a hanging tube inside the cage or a tossing toy in your pet’s playpen. It’s a favorite cardboard toy for guinea pigs and rabbits. This is also the easiest to make of all the toilet paper roll toys on this page. If you are planning on using it as a tossing toy you can skip the first three steps.

DIY Cardboard Hay Tube
Step 1: Using your scissors or sharp tool, cut a hole in the middle of your tube big enough to pull your string through.

Cardboard Hay Tube
Step 2: Tie a thick knot at one end of your twine/string. We triple knotted it to get the desired thickness.

Cardboard Hay Tube
Step 3: Pull the string through from the inside until the knot is flush against the inside of the tube.

Cardboard Hay Tube
Step 4: Fill the tube with hay and hang in their cage or place in their play area.
Bonus: You can put a few pellets or treats inside to make it extra enticing, or even add twigs and chews made of safe wood.

Fancy Hay Feeder Tube

Supplies Needed:

  • Paper Towel Tube, clean of adhesive
  • Hay
  • Scissors or another sharp tool
  • Twine or String (safe for your pet)

This is a great option for a free and creative way to feed your pet hay in their cage or play area. Creating several holes for them to eat hay out of helps stimulate them and make food time more interesting to bust boredom.

DIY Fancy Hay Feeder Tube
Step 1: Using the scissors, cut diamond shapes by making a triangle shaped snip. Each cut should be about half an inch. You will have to flatten the tube slightly to do this. Continue in an alternating pattern along the length of the tube.

DIY Fancy Hay Feeder Tube
Step 2: On one end of the tube, poke 2 holes, each on opposite sides. The string will go through them to create a hanging loop.

DIY Fancy Hay Feeder Tube
Step 3: Fill the tube with hay

Step 4: Use string or twine to create a hanging loop through your holes. Hang in your pet’s cage or playpen.


Supplies Needed:

  • Toilet Paper or Paper Towel Tube, clean of adhesive
  • Scissors
  • Hay
  • Optional: String/Twine (safe for you pet)

This works great as a floor toy, especially for rabbits who like to grab the edges and throw them around. You can also make it as a hanging toy by following steps 1-3 on the previous project before you put the hay in.

Firecracker Toilet Paper Roll Toy
Step 1: With your scissors cut notches of varying thickness on each end of the tube. If you’re using a toilet paper roll, your notches should be about 1/2 – 1″ long. If you’re using a paper towel roll you can make them longer.

Firecracker Toilet Paper Roll Toy
Step 2: Bend the flaps to different degrees to create varied edges.

Firecracker Toilet Paper Roll Toy
Step 3: Fill the roll with hay. Place in their play area or cage.
Bonus: You can add a few pellets or treats inside to make it extra enticing or even stick in a few twigs made of safe wood.

Cardboard Pellet and Treat Ball

Supplies Needed:

  • Toilet Paper Tube, clean of adhesive
  • Scissors
  • Pellets or Treats

This is a great floor toy that helps stimulate your pet by giving them a goal and something to destroy to get to the treats or food inside. It’s also super easy to make as you need one toilet paper tube to make one ball.

Cardboard Pellet & Treat Ball
Step 1: Cut the roll into ~1/2 strips. You should end up with six or seven “hoops”

Cardboard Pellet & Treat Ball
Step 2: Take a hoop and slide it inside one of the other hoops. Do this with 3 or 4 hoops until you have the basic shape of a ball.

Cardboard Pellet & Treat Ball
Step 3: Add a tasty treat or pellets to the inside of the ball. Complete the shape of the ball by adding the rest of the hoops and give it to your pet.

Easy Shredder Tube

Supplies Needed:

  • Toilet Paper or Paper Towel Tube, clean of adhesive
  • Hay
  • Pellets
  • Optional: Treats

This is a quick and easy floor toy to make for your rabbit, chinchilla, or guinea pig that doesn’t even require scissors. This is a great option if you’re looking for a craft to do with young children.

Easy Shredder Tube
Step 1: Stand the toilet paper tube up and push the edge until it folds inward.

Easy Shredder Tube
Step 2: Rotate the tube and press in the other side until it creates a closed edge.

Easy Shredder Tube
Step 3: Fill the open end with hay, pellets, or treats of your choosing. Make sure it all fits inside with enough room to close the other end.

Easy Shredder Tube
Step 4: Repeat steps 1 & 2 to close the other end. Give it to your pet and watch the fun ensue.

Ultimate Shredder Tube

Supplies Needed:

  • 4 Toilet Paper Tubes, clean of adhesive
  • Pellets or Treats

This shredder doesn’t require any scissors or cutting and makes a great floor toy for small pets.

DIY Ultimate Shredder Tube
Step 1: Take 3 of the tubes and flatten them lengthwise. Then fold or roll them into thirds.

DIY Ultimate Shredder Tube
Step 2: Insert the rolled tubes into the other tubes.

DIY Ultimate Shredder Tube
Step 3: Push treats and/or pellets into the folds. Give it to your pet and watch them destroy it!

Stick Roll

Supplies Needed:

  • Toilet Paper or Paper Towel Tube, clean of adhesive
  • Sticks or Twigs (find a safe wood for your pet)
  • Scissors or other sharp item for making holes
  • Optional: hay

This is a great floor toy, especially for rabbits and guinea pigs. The twigs give them lots of surfaces to pick up and toss the whole toy, and to chew on.

Stick Roll
Step 1: Take your scissors and poke holes at varying points on all sides of the tube. Keep in mind that they need to be large enough to slide the sticks into and also align enough that you can stick one twig through 2 holes.

Stick Roll
Step 2: Insert the sticks into the holes. You can also add sticks that protrude out of the top and the bottom of the toilet paper roll.

You can then place the toy in your pet’s cage or play area. Make it extra enticing by adding hay or pellets inside.

Still feeling crafty? Learn how to make a DIY cardboard maze for your exotic pet.

DIY Cardboard Box Maze

Homemade DIY Cardboard Maze for Small Pets

Homemade DIY Cardboard Maze for Small Pets

Mazes are a fun way to give your exotic and small pets a way to exercise and stimulate their curiosity and their problem-solving skills. This is a fun project for kids and adults to do together and it’s extremely affordable as you should have most of the supplies in your home already. Once you’ve built the maze, you’ll enjoy watching your pet run through this DIY cardboard maze as they exercise and play. The types of exotic pets that enjoy cardboard mazes include rabbits, chinchillas, guinea pigs, rats, mice, hamsters, gerbils, and ferrets.

This tutorial covers all the steps you need to build a simple and cheap cardboard maze out of found materials. Once you have the right sized box, it just takes a little bit of time to assemble the maze.

How to Build a Cardboard Maze for Small Pets

Supplies Needed

  • Short square or rectangular box at least 2-3 inches taller than your pet
  • Scissors or a box cutter
  • A ruler
  • Pencil, pen, or marker


1. Find a box that is short (shallow) in a rectangular or square shape. An ideal box will be at least 2-3 inches taller than your pet and have flaps that are equal to or larger than the height of the box. The flaps will be the walls inside your maze. The box should be brown cardboard with no slick printing on it. Try to avoid boxes with lots of logos or ink that could be toxic to your pet.

DIY Cardboard Box Maze

Bonus: If you have multiple boxes that are the same size and a pet that likes to jump or climb (like chinchillas, rabbits, or rats), you can build a multi-level maze. Depending on the weight of your pet, you may need to reinforce the levels. You can also create multiple floor level mazes that are connected to each other by tunnels or long boxes. Feel free to get creative.

2. Remove any shipping labels, excess tape, and other non-cardboard materials. You should leave the tape that secures the bottom of the box.

3. Cut the flaps off the top of the box with a box cutter or scissors (a box cutter is usually easier for this step).

4. Measure the flaps against the size of the box and cut off any excess height. The flaps should be flush against the edge of the box when placed inside. You may have to cut a little off the length of the flap so it can fit inside the box easily.

DIY Cardboard Box Maze

5. Measure the length of your long flap and your short flap. Make marks on each dividing it into thirds. (Example: if your flap is 30 inches long, you will make a mark at 10 inches and 30 inches, creating three 10″ sections). On each mark, use your ruler to measure half the height of the flap and draw a line.

DIY Cardboard Box Maze

DIY Cardboard Box Maze

6. Cut a notch along that line to create two notches in each flap to the halfway point. You should make sure your notches align on the same size flaps. Assemble the pieces to form a shape like a pound sign or hash tag. Make additional cuts as needed so the flaps fit evenly.

DIY Cardboard Box Maze

DIY Cardboard Box Maze

7. Design your maze. On a piece of paper sketch out the grid shape of the maze and mark where you would like to cut doorways. Don’t forget to put doors on the outside edges. You can also put doors on the top of the maze as well.

DIY Cardboard Box Maze

8. Looking at your assembled maze, mark where you want to cut holes with a sharpie or pen.

DIY Cardboard Box Maze

9. Take the maze apart and cut doorways for each of the holes you marked. Make sure the doorways are large enough for your pet to pass through.

DIY Cardboard Box Maze

10. Reassemble your maze and flip it back over. Let your pet run through it. Hide treats inside for extra fun.

DIY Cardboard Box Maze

Because none of the walls are affixed, you can easily “change up” your maze by moving around the walls inside. There are so many options for your exotic pet to enjoy this easy DIY cardboard maze.

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Safe Wood for Rabbits for Toys, Chews, & Cages

Safe Wood for Rabbits for Toys, Chews, & Cages

If you’ve had a pet rabbit for any amount of time, you know they love to chew. This chewing isn’t just an annoying pastime, it’s actually an important part of your bunny’s health and well-being. Since their teeth are constantly growing, they need to wear them down through chewing and gnawing. This is done by eating hay and also chewing on toys and wood chews. This is why finding safe wood for rabbits is so important.

Obviously, you don’t want them chewing on your furniture or your baseboards, but you also want to make sure your bunny isn’t chewing on any toys or chews that are toxic or unsafe. To help you in your search for safe chewables, we’ve rounded up a list of wood and other materials that are safe for rabbits. We’ve also put together a list of toxic wood and unsafe materials you should not give to your bun. Use these lists when buying toys, cage accessories, and deciding on other materials to give your pet rabbit.

There’s a lot of conflicting information out there about what is and isn’t safe for exotic pets, rabbits included. Follow the advice of your vet and always air on the side of caution if you’re not sure whether a material or wood will be safe for your rabbit.

Safe Wood for Rabbits

  • Apple Wood
  • Arbutus
  • Ash
  • Aspen
  • Blackberry
  • Cholla
  • Cottonwood
  • Crabapple
  • Dogwood
  • Grapevine
  • Hackberry
  • Hazelnut
  • Manzanita
  • Maple (Sugar, Silver)
  • Mesquite
  • Pecan
  • Pine (Kiln-Dried White)
  • Poplar
  • Sycamore
  • Willow

Safe Wood for Rabbits for Toys, Chews, & Cages

Other Safe Materials for Rabbits

  • Alfalfa
  • Bamboo Cane
  • Cardboard
  • Coconut Shell
  • Loofah (Untreated and undyed)
  • Paper
  • Pine cones (untreated and roasted in the oven for 45 minutes at 200 degrees)
  • Plastic Toys (hard toddler toys or cat toys)
  • Seagrass
  • Sisal Rope (look for natural and untreated)

Unsafe and Toxic Wood and Materials for Rabbits

  • Alder
  • Almond (can produce cyanide)
  • Apricot (freshly cut branches are toxic)
  • Balsam Fir
  • Beech
  • Birch
  • Black Locust
  • Blackwood
  • Bog Wood
  • Boxwood
  • Cashew
  • Cedar
  • Cherry
  • Citrus Woods (lemon, orange, lime, etc.)
  • Cocobolo
  • Cypress (including bald cypress)
  • Dahoma
  • Ebony
  • Elang Mukulungu
  • Elderberry
  • Elm
  • Eucalyptus
  • Fig (including cape fig)
  • Fir
  • Goncalo Alves
  • Greenheart
  • Hemlock
  • Horse Chestnut
  • Iroko
  • Juniper
  • Kapok
  • Laurel
  • Magnolia
  • Mahogany
  • Mansonia
  • Maple
  • Mimosa
  • Mopane
  • Myrtle
  • Nectarine
  • Oak
  • Olive
  • Peach (freshly cut branches are toxic)
  • Peroba Rosa
  • Pine (fresh pine is toxic as are fresh pinecones)
  • Plum
  • Plywood
  • Prune
  • Quebracho
  • Redwood
  • Rosewood
  • Satinwood
  • Sassafras
  • Sequoia
  • Snakewood
  • Spruce
  • Teak
  • Walnut
  • Wenge
  • Yew
  • Yucca
  • Yunnan
  • Zebrawood

A nice general rule to follow when evaluating wood for your pet rabbit is that wood from most fruit trees are OK, except for trees that produce a fruit with a solid pit (peaches, cherry, plum, etc.) Even though the fruit is safe for your rabbit to eat, the branches are not.

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The information on this page is for your reference only. We’ve done our best to verify the accuracy of this information by referencing information from veterinarians and rabbit breeders. Be sure to check with a rabbit savvy exotic veterinarian for specific advice and information on the health of your pet rabbit.

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21 Gifts for Rabbit Lovers and Bunny Owners

Gifts for Rabbit Lovers and Bunny Owners

If you have a friend or family member who has pet rabbits, you already know how passionate they are about these adorable little animals. If you’re looking for a gift for a loved one who has bunnies there are plenty of cute, creative, and thoughtful presents you could give. Memorable gifts for rabbit lovers can be tricky to find. Whether you’re shopping for a Christmas present, a birthday gift, or just something unique for a special occasion, we have plenty of unforgettable gift ideas for you. These also make fun Easter gifts for animal lovers.

These gifts are great for adults, teens, or even kids who love rabbits. Check out these ten items that will delight and touch any rabbit lover or bunny owner.

Gifts for Rabbit Lovers

1. Ceramic Bunny Ring Holder

This makes an adorable gift for any rabbit lover. It’s a ceramic figure of two bunny rabbits meant to hold and display your rings. It goes perfectly on a dresser, in the bathroom, or on a bedside table. This rabbit ring holder is so cute that it can just be displayed with other keepsakes and no one would guess it’s a jewelry holder.

2. Vintage Rabbit Illustration Pillow

Vintage Rabbit Illustration Pillow Rabbit Gifts

This beautiful accent pillow features a vintage rabbit illustration on a rustic cotton fabric. It’s a classy and unique pillow, perfect for decorating a couch, chair, or adding a vintage look to a bedroom. The cover is 100% cotton and made in the USA.

3. Rabbit Print Infinity Scarf

This trendy infinity scarf makes a great gift for any fashion forward bunny lover. Designed by Lina & Lily, the fabric features a variety of cute bunnies. The black fabric with white rabbits is a nice neutral that will go with any outfit. The scarf is lightweight, making it the perfect accessory no matter the season.

If you’re looking for a little more color, Lina and Lily also make rabbit infinity scarves in light green and pink.

4. Bunny Rabbit Mug

Cute Bunny Rabbit Mug

If you’re looking for a cute and useful gift for the rabbit lover in your life, consider this gorgeous mug. Made by Mug Design Studio, this mug features a cute multi-colored rabbit, with their face on the front and their cottontail on the back. You can order this ceramic mug as a white mug or a heat sensitive color changing version. This makes a great gift for bunny owners who also love drinking tea or coffee.

5. The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams

This classic story about a stuffed bunny that longs to be a real rabbit is sure to warm the heart of any rabbit owner. This version includes the original vintage illustrations from 1922. This is a great gift for kids and adults who are young at heart.

6. I’d Rather Be Hanging Out With My Rabbits T-shirt

For those Saturday nights when you’d rather stay home with your pet. This rabbit gift is great for introverted pet owners. The t-shirt says: “I’d rather be hanging out with my rabbits” and features a cute rabbit illustration. There’s even a version that says bunny instead.

Available in men, women, and youth sizes in black, navy, blue, brown, and dark heather. Also available as a hoodie.

7. Rabbit Onesie

Onesies bring cuddly PJs to adults in an adorable way. This onesie happens to look like an adorable bunny rabbit. Perfect for bunny lovers who want to dress like their favorite pet or just stay warm during cold winter weather.

8. Rabbit Adult Coloring Book

Bring some relaxation into your loved one’s life with this gorgeous adult coloring book. Featuring 40 intricate illustrations of adorable rabbits in amazing patterns, this is a great tool to relax and get creative. Since it features single sided pages, you can use markers, gel pens, or colored pencils without issue. If you’re giving this as a gift, include a set of colored pencils, pens, or markers to make a fun gift basket.

9. Antiqued Brass Bunny Rabbit Locket

Antiqued Brass Bunny Rabbit Locket

This classic looking necklace is a handmade locket meant to look like an expensive vintage piece. With an antiqued brass finish, this intricate locket features a realistic brass rabbit with flower details. This is the perfect gift for a young girl, mother, or any other rabbit lover. Add a picture of their pet inside to make it even more special.

10. Curious Rabbit Garden Statue

This is the perfect gift for a bunny-loving gardener, especially since this rabbit won’t eat their greens! Made from stone and polyresin, this garden statue features realistic details and paint to make it stand out from other concrete options. Any visitor to your garden will have to do a double-take when they see this bunny.

11. Custom Rabbit Portrait Painting

ustom Rabbit Portrait Painting

If you want to give a truly unforgettable gift, consider a custom bunny portrait for your loved one. These paintings are created based on photos of your loved one’s rabbit, handpainted with watercolor. This is the perfect gift for anyone who recently said goodbye to a beloved pet. These portraits are a one-of-a-kind gift they will never forget.

Available in three sizes with the option of 1 or 2 pets.

12. Bunny Rabbit Ring

Not many gifts for rabbit lovers are as romantic as this one. If you’re shopping for your beloved, she will appreciate this gorgeous piece of jewelry. Made from sterling silver, this ring is a rabbit that will hug your finger. Intricate carvings decorate the band and the eye is a gorgeous red gem. Available in two sizes, this ring is adjustable to fit any hand.

13. Bunny Desk Organizer

If the bunny owner in your life is a student, teacher, or office worker, this adorable rabbit desk organizer is perfect for them. The cute minimalist design features an orange carrot to store paper clips in. Also, the ears come out and are a pair of scissors. Fun and practical, rabbit lovers will love this.

14. Rabbit Sculpted Soap

This is a give that lets a rabbit lover pamper themselves. This set of rabbit soaps is made in the USA and comes in three beautiful colors. All three are enriched with shea butter and cocoa butter and then scented with either sweet almond oil, golden honey, or cocoa bean shells and dark chocolate. These soaps are gorgeous pieces, perfect to display or use.

15. Rabbit Tie

If you’re looking for a gift for the rabbit-loving man in your life, this tie is perfect. This tie is classically designed so it’s perfect to wear to the office, church, or other special occasions. What makes it cool, is in the blue and gold print are little-hopping rabbits. This tie comes in a gift box, perfect for gift giving.

This is a great gift for Father’s Day, Christmas, Valentine’s Day, or your anniversary.

16. Rabbit Tote Bag

Rabbit Tote Bag

Everyone can use another tote bag and this rabbit bag will let your loved one easily carry their stuff while showing their love for their favorite animal. This adorable rabbit image is screen printed on a 100% cotton tote bag with non-toxic inks. It’s hand screen printed by the artist in the USA, making this a unique gift you will not find in any store.

17. I Don’t Carrot All T-shirt

This funny t-shirt is a perfect gift for rabbit owners. It is a play on words that mean “I don’t care at all.” It features the adorable illustration of a bunny and a carrot.

Available in men, women, and youth sizes in black, white, silver, yellow, and pink.

18. Bunny Popsockets

Adorable and useful gifts make the best bunny gifts. This pink PopSockets grip features a cute illustrated rabbit. The grip is perfect for keeping hold of a smartphone, wrapping earbud cords around, or propping up your tablet to watch videos.

19. Rabbit Socks

Adorable and practical, check out these socks! They feature a fun pattern of brown bunnies and carrots.

20. Bunny Mom Mug

This is the perfect gift for women who think of their rabbits as children. This mug says “Bunny Mom” on it with cute pink paw prints. A ceramic mug, it holds 11 oz of their favorite beverage. Include their favorite coffee, tea, or hot chocolate to create a nice gift bag.

21. Bunny Rabbit Composition Notebook

Head back to school in style with your favorite pet on your journal. This composition book features a playful pattern of rabbit ears and faces with orange carrots. Great for homework or regular writing.

Need more gift ideas? Check out our other articles on gifts for animal lovers and exotic pet owners.