So I have one rabbit, and his name is Theodore (Theo) Hank. I have lots of other animals too and thought I should share some of those names as well since they could work for rabbits!
Below is a list of our past and present animals names:
-Cats: Ruthie, Colonel (RIP), Milly, Primrose (Prim), Turtle, Opal (RIP), and Otis
-Jessie (our only dog)
-Ducks: Clementine, Clover, Sally, and Jeffery
I've had a few bunnies over the years...my first ever bunny was Barcelona, and then I had FeliCa and Agnus two Lionhead sisters and then Ivy another lionhead and then Cessily and Mabel two mixed breed bunnies and now I have Iris and Bucky, Iris is a mini Rex and Bucky is a lionhead
My bunny is named Finnegan. I did a lot of research on name meanings and chose this one partly because we are of Irish/English descent and the meaning. He has several white patches and one little spot on the tip of his ears which just makes him so adorable and makes me think of a court jester.
Origin of the name Finnegan:
Transferred use of the surname, which is an Anglicized form of the Gaelic Ó Fionnagáin (des-cendant of Fionnagán). Fionnagán is a diminutive form of Fionn (fair): hence, “little fair one.” Var: Finnegan, Finigan. Short: Fin, Finn. Pet: Finny.
My sweet female bunny passed this last December. Her name was Sassafras, she loved herbs so I almost called her Rosemary or Camille but decided on Sassafras because I nicknamed her "Sassy" because she was a very Sassy girl...such attitude. lol
Mine is RUBY RUM BUNS, she goes by Ruby though. A funny story from the other day. The vet receptionist had spelled her name wrong with two ns..Ruby Rum Bunns. I pointed it out to her and she laughed and said she likes it better with 2 because it sounds less like a stripper's name then.