Our Favorite Bunny Names for Your Floppy-Eared Friends
Rabbits are smart and social. They can be litter trained, learn their names, and may even come to you when called. They also love to play with toys and enjoy companionship from either their humans or bunny-mates. My co-worker has two bunnies, Poppy and Jack. Jack knows his name and when they hear fingers snap, they both come running (or rather hopping). They know dinner is served or a treat is coming.
Tips for Naming Your Rabbit or Bunny
Like many breeds of dogs and cats, bunnies can have a life span of 7 to 14 years, so be prepared to have that precious rabbit and its name around for a long time. You could pick a name suitable to the breed—according to the American Rabbit Breeders Association, there are 50 recognized breeds of bunnies and their names are just as cute. You could also choose among many popular cartoon character names, like that famous wascally wabbit that liked to say, "Eh, what's up, Doc?" When you begin your search for the best bunny for your family, check out one of the many rabbit rescue groups such as Alabama Rabbit Rescue. You may just find the perfect pet waiting for you and when you bring your little bun home, check out our charming list of the best girl bunny and boy bunny names.
Top Girl Bunny Names
- Daisy Mae
- Lilly Belle
- Beatrix Potter
- Honey Bunny
Top Boy Bunny Names
- Peter Rabbit
- Roger Rabbit