Hi. I have been thinking about getting two rabbits in the future. Maybe in 1-2 years. And now I'm going to ask a really stupid guestion. When you think about a cat and a human, they can have a very deep bond, they love each others and are gentle and kind to each others. How is the bond between human and rabbit? How does it differ from the bond that human and a cat develop? How do rabbits show affection? I'd like to have an pet that is affectionate, like a cat. But because I'm vegan, rabbit would be easier in a sense that I'm not very comfortable around meat. Don't get me wrong! I would never make a cat go vegan, I wouldn't even try to make my boyfriend vegan. But I just am not comfy around meat. It makes me sick, that's all. But I did have a cat for 15 years and she was a carnivore and I can respect and understand that. But now I'm really interested in rabbits. But I'm not sure. And I know that taking a pet isn't about what you get, it's about what you can give to your pet. But for me, it would be easier to take care of someone who cares about me. And that we make each others happy. So of course the needs of the rabbits would come first. But I'm not going to adopt yet so I have time to think about this. But it would be waste of time to start my reseach if I end up finding out that rabbits can't learn to like their care givers. I don't have much knowledge, so if you can recomend some books or websites to start my journey of becoming a rabbit nerd, that would be awesome! Also, does rabbits have advocates, like cats have Jackson Galaxy and Hannah Shaw? I have already stumbled upon Lennon the Rabbit on YouTube and I like how she is free roaming, kinda like a indoor cat would be.