140 Cute Rabbit Names to Make Your Bunny Binky

140 Cute Rabbit Names to Make Your Bunny Binky

There are a few animals that children will at some point beg their parents to adopt, and rabbits are definitely one of them. They’re the perfect size for cuddling, and they’re incredibly soft, and, of course, insanely adorable. Their cute faces and relative ease of care make them a popular pet for both children and adults alike.

If you’re thinking of adopting a bunny (or already have), and you’re looking for a cute name, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve come up with some of the most adorable names and separated them by theme so that you can find exactly what you’re looking for.

Adorable Rabbit Names Based on Food

I’m not sure that anyone can explain why humans find food names to be cute, but we do. Food names are often used affectionately between lovers, as well as from parent to child, with honey and pumpkin being some of the most common (in France, they like to say “my little cabbage”).

Clearly, we think food names are cute and also enjoy using them to refer to beings that we find precious. Therefore, why not give your bunny an adorable food name to express your affection?

  1. Beans
  2. Berry
  3. Blueberry
  4. Butterscotch
  5. Caramel
  6. Chowder
  7. Cinnamon
  8. Cocoa
  9. Cookie
  10. Cream Puff
  11. Cupcake
  12. Ginger
  13. Hazelnut
  14. Honey
  15. Kiwi
  16. Latte
  17. Marshmallow
  18. Marzipan
  19. Mocha
  20. Muffin
  21. Nutmeg
  22. Olive
  23. Oreo
  24. Peach
  25. Peanut
  26. Pecan
  27. Pepper
  28. Pickles
  29. Pretzel
  30. Pumpkin
  31. Ruffles
  32. Sherbet
  33. Skittles
  34. Strawberry
  35. Strudel
  36. Toffee
  37. Twinkie

Cute Rabbit Names Inspired by Flowers

calico bunny smelling yellow flowers

Not only do flowers evoke beautiful images full of positive feelings in our brain, but they also make for very cute names.

  1. Bloom
  2. Blossom
  3. Chrysanthemum
  4. Clover
  5. Daffodil
  6. Dahlia
  7. Daisy
  8. Flora
  9. Flower
  10. Jasmine
  11. Lavender
  12. Lilac
  13. Lily
  14. Magnolia
  15. Marigold
  16. Peony
  17. Petal
  18. Petunia
  19. Poppy
  20. Rose/Rosie
  21. Tulip
  22. Violet

Funny Names for Rabbits

If you’re the type that enjoys puns or just silly joke-style names in general, then this is the list for you. We think these names are both funny and cute. Our personal favorite name from this list is easily “Hop Tart.”

  1. Binky
  2. Booper
  3. Bun Bun
  4. Bunny
  5. Chomper
  6. Cinnabun
  7. Fuzzball
  8. Honey Bunny
  9. Hopper
  10. Hop Tart
  11. Lovebug
  12. Mr/Mrs. Fuzzlebuns
  13. Nibbles
  14. Q-Tip
  15. Scooter
  16. Wiggles

Cute Female Rabbit Names

If you’re not so interested in a theme and are just looking for a cute name for a female rabbit, then check these out. While these names are traditionally feminine, you can also use them on male rabbits if you’d like.

  1. Arabella
  2. Bella
  3. Crystal
  4. Daisy Mae
  5. Daphne
  6. Dolly
  7. Dove
  8. Duchess
  9. Jewel
  10. Layla
  11. Lily Belle
  12. Lola
  13. Maribel
  14. Melody
  15. Miffy
  16. Opal
  17. Pearl
  18. Princess
  19. Ruby
  20. Sapphire
  21. Summer
  22. Tink

Cute Names for Male Rabbits

These are some adorable names for male bunnies. Though they’re traditionally masculine, if you find one you really connect with, feel free to use it for a girl bunny, too.

  1. Alfie
  2. Blue
  3. Bobby
  4. Cooper
  5. Ernie
  6. Finn
  7. Frankie
  8. Georgie
  9. Gus
  10. Hudson
  11. Jamie
  12. Milo
  13. Niko
  14. Oliver
  15. Peter
  16. Remy
  17. Rudy
  18. Sammy
  19. Thumper
  20. Timmy/Timothy
  21. Toby
  22. Wesley

Adorable Unisex Rabbit Names

This list includes names that don’t fit into any theme but could work for both male and female bunnies. We personally adore the names Buttons, Mittens, and Nugget.

  1. Angel
  2. Bubbles
  3. Bugs
  4. Buttons
  5. Dot
  6. Fifi
  7. Fizz
  8. Flopsy
  9. Hopscotch
  10. Juniper
  11. Kermit
  12. Marbles
  13. Mittens
  14. Nugget
  15. Patches
  16. Poco
  17. Polka Dot
  18. Puff
  19. Sweetie
  20. Teddy Bear
  21. Totoro

The Basics of Bunny Care

rabbit chews hay in its cage

If you’ve had bunnies before, then you might already know exactly how to care for them. If not, you’ll definitely want to do a bit of research to be sure you’re providing your bunny with a safe, healthy, and stimulating lifestyle. We’ll help you get started by briefly touching on some of the basics of bunny care.


First of all, you’ll need a cage and a bunny-proofed room. Rabbits should not live in outdoor hutches because they are prey animals and can actually die from fear! Extreme fear can cause heart attacks that lead to death.

Your bunny should be let out of the cage daily to roam around and get exercise. It’s important to remove or block electrical cords or anything else you don’t want your bunny nibbling on because they love to chew.


Many people love the idea of getting a rabbit so they can pick it up and hold it in their arms. However, bunnies don’t typically like being held. If you do need to pick your rabbit up, it is important to provide proper support. You should have one hand holding the chest area and the other supporting the rump.

This will help your rabbit feel more secure. Because rabbits have light skeletons compared to their body mass, their bones can fracture more easily. If a rabbit struggles and jumps out of your arms, it’s possible that it will break something.

Rabbits may not like being held or carried around, but they are social animals. If you interact with your bunny regularly and form a bond, she may just jump into your lap. It’s perfectly fine to cuddle with your bunny on the floor, and it is a much safer option.


The majority of a rabbit’s diet should consist of hay. They are vegetarians and can also have some fresh vegetables and even fruits. However, these should be given in moderation as the hay will make up the bulk of their feed, and they should have hay available to them 24/7.

They should also have access to fresh water 24/7, either in a dish or a sipper bottle. Avoid giving rabbits foods like seeds, nuts, grains, or bread.


It’s important that you handle your rabbit often so that she will be comfortable with grooming. Rabbits have nails that need to be trimmed regularly. It’s also good to brush your rabbit weekly to help remove shedding hair.

You should check their bottoms daily for poop as it can sometimes get stuck. If it isn’t removed, it can form into large chunks on the rear end that are tough to get off. Keeping the cage and litterbox clean will also help prevent this.

Adorable Names for Adorable Bunnies

Rabbits are adorable so it makes sense to want to choose an equally cute name for them. Luckily, there are tons of cute name options available. Food names are basically a go-to when looking for something cutesy, and flower-inspired names are both pretty and precious.

Of course, you can always choose a cute male or female human name, or go for something punny. The sky is the limit when it comes to naming pets, bunnies included!

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