The most common name for boy and girl rabbits in 2013, respectively, were Thumper and Bunny. Other popular names for pet rabbits include Oreo, Alfalfa, Daisy, Bella and Clover.
Many names for rabbits are unisex and are commonly shared with other pets. Like other domesticated animals, rabbits can be named by color or marking features, as well as by personality traits. Rabbits make good family pets because they are relatively low maintenance, requiring less care than cats or dogs. They can also be taught to use a litter box. However, rabbits can be destructive and require daily handling to ensure that they get used to being close to people.