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I was once told by a co-worker that he thinks something is wrong about the fact that I treat my rabbits like people treat their kids, and that I should spend money on helping people instead. My response was: if people only treat their kids as well as I treat my rabbits, they need to treat their kids better.

All the “it’s just a rabbit” jokes get old quick.

Most of the time I try to explain that they’re very independent animals and have zero inclination to please humans, to which my boyfriend would often chime in that sometimes they treat humans like they own us and we need to please them (true ?). But they can be very affectionate when we have earned their trust.

I think most people would LOVE rabbits if they’re ever introduced to them properly. I am currently on my 3rd boyfriend since I got Lilo almost 6 years ago. Every single one of them (including the current bf) now speak very fondly of rabbits and understand they’re not small caged animals. One of my exes even adopted his own pair of rabbits and his current girlfriend has gotten to know them and agreed they’re wonderful companions.