Lulu, Rex, Babs or Kelly, what's your bunny's name? Haven't picked one out yet?
I choose names for my babies because they are parts of my family when they live with me. They are MY babies. However, it's perfectly acceptable, and enjoyable, for you to name your rabbit something else of YOUR choosing. I'm honored if you decide to keep the name I have chosen for the rabbit.
I had the idea of having a themed litter - meaning that each baby in that litter had a name that was similar, or had the same basic origin or theme. With my first litter, I just picked random names. They came to me as I was looking at my babies.
- DO pick a name you love saying.
- DO observe your rabbit, and possibly think of a name that has to do with his/her personality (such as Sweetie, if she's a sweetheart, Tiger if he's crazy, ect)
- DON'T pick a name you can't pronounce. If you love the long, beautiful names from other cultures but just pronounce them, try shortening the name. Which leads me to the next don't.
- DON'T have several names for your bunny if you want your bunny to learn his or her name. He or she won't know a single one.
- DON'T use a name that rhymes with or sounds like a command you will telling your rabbit. For example, if "Come", is a trick you want your bunny to learn, don't name her "Plumb", and teach try teaching her, her name. Bunnies are smart but even dogs can get confused when you do that.
- DON'T use a name that rhymes with or sounds like any of your other pet's names. If you have a dog named Max, a cat named Thwax, don't name your rabbit Rax. It will get confused. And so will the dog and cat!
Have fun picking out your rabbit's name. And remember, you can always use the one that I have for your bunny. lol! :)
Have a nice day!