Bunny names...for a change...

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Tiny abandonded bunny brought into work today,they found her being chased by cats sad
We're syringe feeding her,she's teeny tiny,black all over,fluffy.
I'm bringing her home next week grin

So,she needs a name! A good one! Thinking names you'd love to use on a DC but couldn't for whatever reason (ie it won't sound right on a grown up or they'd get teased!)

MarmaladeNapkins Sun 19-May-13 10:45:07

My first rabbit was all black and called Siouxsie - as in 'and the Banshees'. Second rabbit was called Warren.

thegreylady Sun 19-May-13 11:41:10

Tilly-Mint
Clover
Honey(bun)
Lettuce

thegreylady Sun 19-May-13 11:41:39

Should be Lettice

PipkinsPal Sun 19-May-13 12:23:15

Midnight
Bramble
Blackberry

GaryBuseysTeeth Sun 19-May-13 12:25:26

Cressida (and bunnies like cress)!
Cordelia
Selina

Couldn't possibly use on either DS or this pg as they're both boys & likely to get teased for it.

Enjoy your new bunny snuggles envy

AllegraLilac Sun 19-May-13 15:33:42

Agamemnon

bananaramma Sun 19-May-13 15:34:26

Hopsy, Flopsy, Poppy, Honey, Mimi, Bobby,

KatOD Sun 19-May-13 19:32:03

Loving Agamemnon Allegralilac, I vote for that.

Belinda

Evi1984 Sun 19-May-13 19:36:06

Our bunny is called Maisy and it seems to suit her!

scaevola Sun 19-May-13 20:14:48

Black fur?

Try Nigella, Melanie or Layla

StrawbRhi Mon 20-May-13 10:42:35

My mum had a back baby bunny when she was 17 which she name Binky.

When Binky died she named the new bunny 'Binky II'. This theme continued until I had 'Binky XI' at age 7. I swear, if my daughter gets a rabbit, it will be called 'Binky XII'.

Or possibly 'Delicious'.

meddie Mon 20-May-13 12:38:16

Watership down names

Thistle
Dandelion
Willow
Silver
Acorn
Hazel
Fiver
Blackberry
Celandine

Our rabbit was called Rosie..... Rosie the rescue rabbit. It suited her.

Ihatepeas Mon 20-May-13 14:08:32

Loving primrose!! That's a fabulous name for a bunny!

KittenofDoom Mon 20-May-13 20:30:26

Lapin Aux Pruneaux

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