It takes a lot of time for a rabbit, which is by its nature a prey animal, to build that trust to even be around you. And, contrary to the famous misconception, they can be pretty cuddle-hungry. Plus they are social beings. They don’t need a bath (not many folks know this). And often spend the entire days licking themselves (their hands and fur) to clean them off. Except for their littering habits, but if you have a separate litter box inside their cage that’s easy (and there is a reason for it, discussed below). You rushed into this and probably don’t have the time/energy/scope to take care of a pet. Because a pet, and most folks don’t realise this, is a big responsibility! Cut-back the parties, hangouts, movie nights, etc. Just the basic needs can amount to a good number: the cage, the food, the good quality hay, emergency vet fees, if you get a male-female you MUST get them sterilised otherwise they multiple like CRAZY, the vaccines, no shampoos please, (they don’t need a bath, they sure as hell don’t need a shampoo). I have no shame in admitting that I was not too long ago, very interested in adopting one myself, but seeing my work/time restrictions and priorities, I decided it’s better for the me to NOT get one. Better for that rabbit too!
Buying a pet supports a backyard breeding industry where there is total disregard for the mother animals, her health, the hygiene, no vet supervision, but just back-to-back forceful breeding to make monetary gains (95% of times without a breeding licence). There’s a general rule that things are permissible unless explicitly (or indirectly) forbidden. e.g. Swine is clearly forbidden. Now in Saudi Arabia 1400 years ago, there were no peccaries (Peccary – Wikipedia) as they are native to Central and South America. But we classify them (scientifically) in the same order/suborder as pigs so they are also not permissible. This is what I mean by indirectly forbidden. For her and others in the 1960s, drugs were a part of mind-expanding and social experimentation. With its enigmatic lyrics, “White Rabbit” became one of the first songs to sneak drug references past censors on the radio. Even Marty Balin, Slick’s eventual rival in Jefferson Airplane, regarded the song as a “masterpiece”. In interviews, Slick has related that Alice in Wonderland was often read to her as a child, and remained a vivid memory well into her adulthood. The song is essentially one long crescendo similar to that of Ravel’s famous Boléro. The music combined with the song’s lyrics strongly suggests the sensory distortions experienced withhallucinogens, and the song was later used in pop culture to imply or accompany just such a state.