I usually go to those outdoor shopping centers to take my bunnies, like an outdoor place that allows dogs. I live in Orange County, so I either go to Irvine Spectrum or Fashion Island to take my bunnies. Irvine Spectrum, I've been approached a few times, but they never say anything like "bunnies aren't allowed". Most the time, if they wanna check up on me, they drive by in their segway things and usually leave me alone. But they still checked up on me. But at Fashion Island, they seem to be more "strict" about my bunnies. Most the time, a security guard will come up to me and say "bunnies are not allowed here, only dogs". But they seem to not really do anything, they just say "bunnies aren't allowed" and walk away. Yesterday, I was told once bunnies aren't allowed, but the security guard walked away. I was there for another 2-3 hours letting kids pet my bunnies. But I notice security tends to come up to check on me if I put them on a leash and let them run around. They seem to not like the idea of bunnies on a leash probably. So security approached me again, saying bunnies aren't allowed, but they just left again not really enforcing anything. I mean I guess I'm thankful that security decided not to do much to me. All they do is keep warning me or telling me that bunnies aren't allowed, but end up walking away. They never tried to escort me off the property or give me a very firm final warning. I understand my bunnies create a spectacle, tons of kids and people become super excited and take their cameras out and crowd around me. I think mall security thinks my bunnies are a liability since tons of people crowd around me, maybe thinking my bunnies will bite someone. Nobody will crowd around a dog like they do a bunny, so I guess mall security gets paranoid when people start crowding towards one person. But if a mall allows dogs, a bunny is way less dangerous than a dog. Most bunnies will rather run away before they attacked someone. And some people bring humongous dogs. And I am sure some dog owners with intimidating looking dogs get judged by security even if the dog is mellow and not aggressive. I don't see why I'm getting judged for a freaking bunny. Everyone loves bunnies.