Rabbit

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Rabbit
Rabbit.png
These are wooly rabbits! They shed precious wool every few days. Lives in the coop.
Information
Building Deluxe Coop.png Deluxe Coop
Purchase Price Gold.png8,000g
Produce Rabbit's Foot.png Rabbit's FootWool.png Wool

A Rabbit is a farm animal that can be purchased at Marnie's Ranch for Gold.png8,000g, once you own a Deluxe Coop that is not full. A rabbit cannot reproduce. If you listen closely, you can hear a rabbit make a soft sniffing sound when it is petted.

Produce

Main article: Animals

A mature Rabbit produces Wool every 4th day, which sells for Gold.png340g. You do not have to shear rabbits to get wool, as they will drop it on their own. Once sufficient friendship and happiness is reached, it can also produce a Rabbit's Foot instead of wool, which sells for Gold.png565g.

A baby rabbit is mature on the sixth morning after it is purchased, if it is fed every day. That is the morning when there is the first chance that it will drop wool in the coop.

Image Name Description Sell Price
Wool.png Wool Soft, fluffy wool.
Wool
340g
Wool
Silver
425g
Wool
Gold
510g
Wool
Iridium
680g
Rabbit's Foot.png Rabbit's Foot Some say it's lucky.
Rabbit's Foot
565g
Rabbit's Foot
Silver
706g
Rabbit's Foot
Gold
847g
Rabbit's Foot
Iridium
1,130g

Selling

Rabbits can be sold. The selling price is dependent on how many hearts the animal has (Gold.png10,400g max).

To sell a coop or barn animal, right-click the animal after petting. The friendship/mood interface appears. Move the cursor over the gold coin button at the right to see how much you can sell the animal for. Click that button and the confirmation that follows to complete the sale.

Trivia

  • Rabbits are the only raisable animal that can't reproduce. Ironically, they're also one of the only animals in the game for which both male and female animals are possible (Pigs being the only others), and therefore biologically should be able to reproduce.[1]

References

  1. The gender of animals is set by FarmAnimal::isMale in the game code. The only effect in-game is the pronoun used in some dialogs (e.g., when Marnie tells you that she'll "send little [Name] to his/her new home"); see PurchaseAnimalsMenu::marnieAnimalPurchaseMessage, FarmAnimal::getMoodMessage.