Well I can see myself gaining a fourth rabbit fairly soon, my mums neighbour has just bought her 3 year old son a rabbit as he's been on about it after seeing mine. Problem is he was all ok with the rabbit when it was shut in the hutch and started asking for the bun to be let out so he could pet it and let it run in the garden but as soon as the hutch was opened and the bun moved the kid run screaming away from it. They've had the rabbit now for about 3 weeks and its yet to be let out for a run, my mum has tried explaining to them but to no avail and she didn't even know the rabbit needs vaccines so mum explained about that and neutering too. Thing is I can see this poor rabbit being left cooped up in a hutch for life or sold on, mum has hinted a couple of times that if need be I can take the rabbit from them if they've found its too much to handle but up till now they've declined the offer. Last thing I want is this poor bun being stuck like this for life although they are feeding it well and keeping the hutch clean. Mum is going to keep giving them advice and help them make it better for the rabbit. Any advice on how we could go about helping them more to give them a chance with the rabbit before pushing them more to giving it up?