Oryctolagus cuniculus (common name Domestic or European Rabbit )
|Note athletic body of hare.|
and therefore associated with Ostara (or Easter).
This is the reason we celebrate with Easter eggs.
Rabbit is also sacred to the moon goddess Andraste,
the Norse goddess Freya, and the Greek god Hermes.
The Hare is associated with the moon
in many cultures including Native American, Hindi, and China.”
Violet: Hi, I'm Violet. I'm half lop (from my Mom) and half dwarf from my Dad. I'm four years old.
Peter: I'm Peter. Only rabbits who don't know me call me a dwarf. I'm incredibly macho and tough. I was at the pet store for weeks and no one bought me. Beth saw what no one else did.
Eva: Tell us your age.
Eva: How long do you live for?
Eva: Tell us about your living situation.
Eva: What do you guys like to eat?
Eva: Do you practice coprophagy?
Eva: Is it true male rabbits are sex obsessed? I notice Peter acts enthusiastically.
Eva: I smile. Part of Survival of the Fittest means having more offspring that survive. Are your needs ever met?
|Peter sees above photo: Now that's what I'm talking about.|
Eva: Is there any truth in breed like rabbits?
Eva: I chuckle. Just like the Discovery Channel. Speaking of. (My mind always remembers penguins being eaten by leopard seals. Yep, damaged for life.)How do you react to danger?
Eva: Tell us about your human family.
Eva: What do you think of living with a dog, your born enemy?
Eva: Tell us about your typical day.
Eva: Did you do anything special in celebration of the Year of the Rabbit?
Eva: Is it really lucky to carry a rabbit's foot?
Eva: Who always win, turtle or hare and why?