An associate at work (not a co-worker but a vendor assigned to work with my unit) has offered to give me a buck, a doe, and three baby bunnies after the babies are older. He will have the buck neutered and all I have to do is reimburse him for that cost, then I'll get the bunny family. (His family is keeping two babies.) They're lion head rabbits. He is thrilled, because he knows they will go to a good home. He has put up with all my chicken stories for a year or so, and he LOVES the fresh eggs from my flock. I was 8 years old the last time I had a rabbit. Thumper was a California giant, I think, but that was 50 years ago. My parents gave Thumper to a family without a dog; we had a dachshund/beagle mix and he was so good with Thumper but you know it was tough for an old hound like that not to chase the rabbit. He'd go outdo, cross the highway to open fields and chase jackrabbits, then come home with all that pent up desire burnt out for the day. So... I am about to embark on an adventure with some rabbits. And I have two purebred dachshunds. They've learned to be good around the poultry, but I know I'll have my work cut out for me in integrating rabbits into the family. Their safety is paramount.