I know this is probably depending on the breed and personality, but on average is it easy to tame rabbits? The rabbits I have were in cages all their lives. They are about 8 months old. I put them together in a colony. I know some people don't agree with this and that's ok. I want to do it only for winter, and in spring I will build a rabbit hutch with a pen. Anyhow, when I touch the door of the rabbit house, they go crazy. They run and I am afraid they will break a leg or even their necks if they bump in to a wall. I try to enter really slowly, and now I talk to them before I even touch the door, so they know I am there. I've had them only a few days. I sit with them and feed them. One comes to me, but just one. Will they eventually come around? I speak to them in a soft voice, I try not to startle them, I sit with them, feed them fresh greens.. I guess just the adaptation to living on the ground and being able to dig, run, climb and live together is already a big stress for them, I assume the human is the least of their worries for now.. EDIT: The proper word isn't "tamed" I think. More.. used to humans? I just don't want them to stress when they see me, and not hurt themselves when they run away from me!