Naming your bunny can be so hard! It’s important when choosing names for rabbits that you pick something that you can feel comfortable calling out. For example Bunny McFluffy may be a cute name but do you really want to be calling that out in the back garden when you’re trying to get your bunny back inside?
You’ll also want to choose something that sounds positive when you call it out so that your bun responds well to it!
Here are more than 120 of top bunny names:
Famous chefs – Gordon, Marco, Nigella, Jamie, Hester, Wolfgang
Royalty – Queenie, Zara, Diana, Fergie, Charles, Prince, Princess, Albert, George, Henry
Sportspeople – Jordan, Tiger, Calvin, Joe, Ruth, Sammy, Ken
Flowers – Lily, Buttercup, Violet, Daisy, Rose, Poppy, Lilac, Zinnia, Petunia, Iris, Flora, Tulip
US Presidents (great names for rabbit boys here) – Lyndon, Obama, Millard, Nixon, Clinton
Most popular baby boy names – Jacob, Michael, Ethan, Joshua, Daniel, Alexander (or Alex), Anthony
Most popular baby girl names – Emma, Isabella, Emily, Madison (or Maddie), Ava, Olivia, Sophia
Food & Ingredients – Sugar, Toffee, Pancake, Cupcake, Cookie, Pumpkin, Raspberry, OJ
Names of candy – Rolo, Oreo, Mars, Butter Finger, Baby Ruth, Hersey, Reece, M&M, Kitkat, Aero
Flavourings – Cinnamon, Vanilla, Chocolate, Coffee, Toffee, Strawberry, Banana, Minty,
Names of cities – Boston, Orinoco, Belarus, Texas, Amarillo, Paris, Florence, Sydney, Osaka, Mecca
Names from the bible – Jacob, Job, Levi, Moses, Elijah, Zachary
Reindeer – Comet, Cupid, Dasher, Blitzen, Prancer, Dancer, Donner, Vixen, Rudolf
7 Dwarfs – Sleepy, Dopey, Grumpy, Bashful, Sneezy, Doc, Happy
Cutie Pie names – Cottonball, Powderpuff, Snowflake, PuffBall, Fluffykins
Famous rabbits – Jessica, Peter, White Rabbit, Bright Eyes,
Cartoon characters – Homer, Marge, Bart, Maggie, Abe, Snowball, Santa’s Little Helper, Lois, Pete
When you’re choosing names for rabbits, take your time. It’s OK to have your bun at home for a couple of weeks before you name her. Your bun will be with you a long time so it needs to be one you both love.
Abbey Mitchell is a long-time animal lover and rabbit enthusiast.