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/bun/ - Rabbit and Bunny Anonymous 11/08/2019 (Fri) 20:08:01 No. 395
Bunnies or things related with bunnies
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>>410
that is one big-ass rodent tbh
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Has anyone ate a rabbit? I heard it used to be a staple food before chickens got industrialized. I wouldn't mind trying some. A rabbit farm sounds more comfy than a chicken farm too
>>498
I prefer to befriend them, not eat them
Some people consider them a nuisance, they are rodents after all so they can chew up plants and stuff pretty quick
They are good for fertilizing the soil, they naturally shorten grass so no need for lawnmowing and they're fluffy and cute
>>498
Wild rabbits are delicious. I grew up in the country and hunting rabbits was a normal part of that.
>>502
That's barbaric, but such is nature, some animals are predatory towards other animals
>>504
Now the tables have turned
Go get them police bun!
>>503
Ehh, in my experience vegans are batshit insane. If God didn't want us to eat animals He wouldn't have made them with meat.
We used to have a pet rabbit when I was a little kid, he was grey so naturally we named him Thumper. I think my dad found him in the garden and somehow managed to capture him, so we just kept him as a pet. My parents gave him a little rabbit hutch, provided food, water, etc, but he was still a wild cunt who liked to kick, bite, and scratch anyone that went near him, so I never got to hold him or play with him or anything. We went on holiday one year and gave him to our neighbours to look after (they had lots of pets, so we assumed he was in good hands), but by the time we came back he was dead. Not sure of the cause, could've been neglect, could've been old age, I don't think we ever knew how old he was so it could well have been that.

RIP Thumper, you cranky old bastard.
>>515
Well some people take issue with eating of certain animals, like ones used as pets, like dogs, cats, bunnies..
Doesn't necessarily mean they don't eat any meat
>>516
I guess some bunnies can actually defend themselves like that, don't know if they get rabies, I've never seen one get violent before, usually they just run away

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